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As Chapera comes home, Sue and Alicia talk about how frustrating the challenge was. B-Rob laments, as they all sit around camp, that it always seems to be this way -- something comes up to keep you from having "just a really good day all day long." He interviews that because this is their first trip to tribal council, it's really the first time they're having to play the game very much, and it's already Day 12. Back at camp, A-Rob tells B-Rob how bad he feels for him over the fact that they were all taking such hard "body shots" and getting thrown on the ground. B-Rob -- looking oddly adorable as he stares down miserable and shirtless -- says, "Tough challenge, man." In an interview in which he looks like a complete dweeb with his buff tied on like a headband in an Olivia Newton-John video from 1983, A-Rob adds that the crew they had working on the puzzle was "not our best puzzle-building team." He hypothesizes that if he had been there, they might have won. Eh, maybe. He says that he's hoping the tribe concluded that they need him. I don't know. Tribes on this show don't have a great history of treasuring their most wily players.