Back from commercials, we follow the new tribe off the boat and onto the beach. Several of the players are still plowed, of course. It turns out that the new tribe is called Aitutonga. As Raro shows Aitu around camp, Nate cackles hysterically while interviewing (at some other, more sober time) that he thinks Raro is still good with numbers, because they were up 5-4 at the merge. Nate insists that he, Adam, and Parvati are close, and that Jonathan and Candice have no options because they've already mutinied, so he's "feeling very good." There is a flaw in his logic, of course, which is that he's assuming Aitu wouldn't take Jonathan and Candice back, which...I mean, when things become desperate, why wouldn't they? Nate says that he likes to "keep [his] enemies close." Didn't catch the whole saying last time he heard it, I guess.
Nate and Ozzy now take a stroll on the beach together. They seem to like each other, and indeed, Nate calls Ozzy "a good cat." In fact, Nate tells us that he's got an eye on Ozzy as a backup in case things go bad with the rest of the tribe. Ozzy mentions to Nate that Yul and Becky are really close, and Nate immediately says that Yul will be gone soon, because the Raro folks will want to get rid of him. For his part, Ozzy interviews that he knew from the time they kidnapped Nate from Raro that Nate might be useful, so he was taking advantage of that as soon as possible. This all leads up to Nate saying, "One love, brother. Let's do this." That's deep. One love. One million dollars. And the universe says, "Oh, yeah."
Now, Parvati and Adam are in the shelter, and she's up under his arm giggling about how well the day went for Raro. He starts to rub his thumb over her bare hip, and she tells him not to "start." He tells us in an interview that he "partaked [sic] a little bit" of the beer and wine on the boat, and apparently the implication is that only drunkenness led him to come on to Parvati. Parvati asks him "what happened to Candice," and Adam says, "You both can appreciate me." Oh my God. You know who he reminds me of? Jerry O'Connell in Can't Hardly Wait. And if you're thinking Jerry O'Connell isn't in Can't Hardly Wait, just think for a minute, because...he was. Not very much, but he was. And he played Adam. Anyway, Parvati laughs throatily and obediently. Adam interviews that it's great just to relax and not worry about challenges or tribal council -- just making a dick out of yourself as much as you can, as fast as you can: "It's been a great day. It's been the best day since I've been here." I have to think everyone in editing was incredibly depressed that they didn't have a shot of him belching that they could insert right here.