Parvati (ugh) is seen gathering her hair on the top of her head in a way she believes is H-O-T-T as she says she will be playing in a "no-holds-barred" manner. I believe that, actually, since I doubt there's a hold you could propose that she would bar. Yau-Man tells us frankly that there isn't any reason to come back and get dirty and rained on unless you intend to win the money. I'm so happy to see him. Cirie (yay!) reminds us that she's a couch potato just like we are. She looks great, though. I'm not sure whether she's just a bit slimmer or whether it's something else, but she looks a lot more...done up than she did before. James tells us that he feels like he half-belongs on the other team, because he's such a fan of some of these other people. Ozzy -- who has chosen a brown-mustard-and-white tank top of some sort and has cut off his mop of hair -- says that "everybody wants to beat [him] now" (heh), and he just hopes to show the same will he did before.
We return to Jeff, who tells us that they'll be creating a new society, blah blah blah Lord Of The Flies-cakes, and I am really distracted by how much one of the men on the "Fans" team looks like Martina Navratilova. Jeff is once again doing the pose where he's hanging on the side of the helicopter -- strapped in with 300 ropes and bungee cords and a few rolls of duct tape, all of which has been CGIed out of the picture -- as he reminds us that there are thirty-nine days, twenty people, and only one survivor. Well, only one more survivor. And then the helicopter dives down toward the mini-islands of Micronesia, and Jeff plunges to earth in a fiery...just kidding.