Is it wrong that I really, really like Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes? But I'm not convinced that when Supertramp sang "Give a Little Bit," they were thinking of GAP sweaters.
Boranew remains happy and colorful on Day 20. Clarence gets the tribe's attention with, "Yo, yo, everybody wake-up!" He announces that they have mail, adding, "It is big, and it is nasty." Which aptly describes Tom, as well. Clarence informs the tribe that they only have twenty minutes to eat and get to the challenge site. Sambutwo checks their mail as well, retrieving a bottle with a multi-colored dog collar around it. The clue is about raising hands and having patience and "last suppers." One line reads, "Raise your hand, if you know how to do it." Clearly, the producers are fully aware they've cast the mentally challenged. After reading the clue, Clarence again concludes, "That's sumpin' [sic] nasty!" Each tribe talks through the clue and they come to the separate conclusions that an individual immunity challenge is forthcoming.
The teams arrive at the challenge, where Peachy stands beside a row of bucketed piers. He reclaims the idol from Boranew and proclaims, "The ten of you have now merged into one tribe." Anti-climax, anyone? The competitors hoot, holler and hug. Someone says, "Nice job!" as if they've actually accomplished something. Then Teresa hops over and affectionately taps Frank on the head. Is it just me, or are a lot of these people genuinely likable this time around? Maybe I'm getting soft. As yet, the new tribe is nameless, but they are given a new color -- they call it green, but it looks turquoise to me. Peachy asks the new tribe to pick their camp, which they easily agree upon: Boran. No one objects, including the Samburu members who haven't yet seen the Boran camp. Peachy tells the S10 that they'll return to Boran together after the challenge, and that their personal items will be waiting for them there. So they can do a challenge wherein they relocate a scaled-down camp 200 feet to mimic the nomadic tribes of Africa, but they can't move their own real crap when it comes down to it? And for the record, Kelly shouldn't dance.