The tribe now sits around the campfire discussing potential new names. Kimp suggests having a "tribe name ceremony," but no one seems to pick up on it. Frank says they need a new name "now that [they're] a family." Lex suggests "Moto Maji," because it means "hot water." He's excited because it has a "double meaning." In a confessional, Kimp -- pronouncing it "Moto Masho" -- tells us that these are the Swahili words for water and fire. We then see and hear various tribe members -- around the campfire and in confessionals -- trying to pronounce the tribe's new name. Frank emphatically declares, "I like it!" even though he can't say it: in a confessional he tells us it's something like "Moto Java." Kelly talks it out: "Moto Mahgy, Moto Magi, Momo Maji..." Brandon tells us he doesn't care what they name the new tribe because "that's all kind of cornball anyway." Back at camp, a show of hands reveals that they've agreed on the new name, and Frank announces that it's "Magi Motto" only to be corrected by Lex: Moto Maji. Hee.
On the morning of Day 21, Lex tells us in a confessional that Survivor may be a game, but that it's also much more than that. He says they've been thrust into a survival situation and are in the process of "creating a society." He insists that they have a lot invested in the game now that they're down to ten people. Brandon tells us that $1 million will change anyone's life. He says they're at the point in the game when they need to be very aware of what they say and to whom they say it, because of the jury. Kelly tells Brandon that he's been "unusually quiet" lately, and he says, "I know. I can listen better whenever I don't talk." That new buff really brings out his blue eyes. In a confessional, Frank tells us that's he's noticed whispering and conversations around Moto Maji, but he has no idea whether they're about bringing him along for the ride, or getting rid of him. We see Tom ask Ethan about the "hatchet," and Ethan doesn't understand. Tom rephrases his question as "the knife in the back," and Ethan is still confused. Finally, Tom says, "Who we gonna slice?" and Ethan is silent and perplexed-looking. The cameras show the entire group looking concerned over Tribal Council. Or maybe they're all practicing their acting skills according to the Joey Tribbiani "Smell the fart" method.