Kelly suggests that the tribe play a drinking game and Brandon wants it to be something very personal. They decide on "I Never," which Kelly describes: "You're supposed to, like, tell dirty stories and whatever." Ethan announces to the group that he's never walked in a crowd naked, and Kimj wants to know if thongs count. Tom says he's never been "turned on" by a fifty-six-year-old woman. Brandon says he hasn't had sex in an airplane. Teresa has had sex in an airplane, which I don't find nearly so shocking since she's a flight attendant. But then perhaps TWA or United or American Airlines is not so blasé about it. Southwest is blasé about everything. Frank announces, "I've never broken the honor of a handshake." There's a pause, and then the others are actually kind to him while he explains that it's a "golden rule" he lives by. They say it's a good one. I can't imagine who -- in this game, anyway -- would admit to not honoring a handshake. Frank later tells us in a confessional that he enjoyed the game. but that he still wanted to get it over with.
The drunken tribe decides to go get firewood, which is a great idea because everyone should stumble through a hostile wilderness while shit-faced. Ethan announces, "I needed a little booze in my system," and then starts doing The Snake. As in breakdancing. Lex joins in, and soon Ethan does a routine of "Robot" mixed up with a little "Dead Arm." Hee. In any case, the tribe ends up fetching wood near an elephant and Frank wants the others to give "this guy" some room. He starts analyzing the movements of the elephant, including that he's now "taking a little dump." That's the second pooping animal we've seen on this show -- third, if you count Clarence, but in that case we didn't see the actual poop -- so I'd say someone on the staff might have a little fetish. In any case, this commences the quirky music for quirky Frank; it's different from the la la la la la la music. Frank watches the elephant and mimics its movements, swinging his canteen behind him like a tail. In a confessional, Tom tells us that Frank was making elephant motions and he does a quick rendition of the elephant imitation he did several weeks back. He says, "I don't know what he was doing, but he was messin' with that elephant!" Frank continues talking out the motions of the elephant, either to the cameraman or to the other members of his tribe. He explains that he's imitating the elephant to make the animal more comfortable. He doesn't think the elephant is able to visually determine what Frank is, but that he might relax when he "just sees a gentle tail sway, a loping..." Frank's a poet! He also talks about it "wagging his tail." We get several shots of Frank casing the elephant, or is the elephant casing Frank? In any case, Frank tells us later that he just wanted to enjoy the "experimental animal behavior" and "hang out there with him." He says that at times it seemed like the elephant was acknowledging his presence, and concludes, "There's a few humans here I wouldn't interact with, but the animals, yes."