Anyway, as this discussion goes on, Jonathan comes up behind Yul and hears some of it, so Yul basically tells him what's up: "They're doing, obviously, what they should be doing." Jonathan understands. Yul tells the Rarovians that he's just being honest. Just then, Jonathan -- who has just hauled in fish for the umpteenth consecutive day so that these wretches can eat -- picks up a few pieces of coconut from a pile on the ground, and Parvati snots that Adam was eating them. Jonathan immediately returns the coconut, saying he didn't realize it belonged to anyone. Of course, as soon as Jonathan returns it, Adam is all, "No, I don't want it. You eat it." More passive-aggressive bullshit follows, culminating in Adam's "It's not that complicated," like he just cannot understand why Jonathan is making a big deal out of this. Seeing as how there has been no progress toward getting a fire going, Jonathan says he'll go get firewood so they can eat the fish. Nobody lifts a finger to help.
As Jonathan walks with firewood through the rain, he voices over that things basically boiled over back at camp, and that he's a little sick of the behavior he's being subjected to. We go back to camp, where Adam, Candice, and Parvati have taken shelter in the...uh, shelter, and they're waiting to eat. They're discussing cuddling, and there's kissing, and then Candice has to kiss Parvati, and...ick.
The former members of Aitu, meanwhile, are sitting around the fire with Jonathan, who says, out of pure exasperation, "Do we have to feed them this fish? Let's talk about the ethical..." "I say no," Ozzy immediately offers. "I don't think that there's really an ethical question, because there ain't no such thing as a free lunch, as they say." So without going to drag the Rarovians out of bed, they all eat. They all thank Jonathan profusely for the fish, and he makes a point of being all, "You're so welcome," and I'm pretty sure Adam, Parvati, and Candice do not make a point of being grateful that they're being fed. As these five are eating, Adam, Parvati, and Candice finally look up from their positions in the shelter and notice that eating is going on. Candice decides that she's going to do something about this, and she strolls off, determined to make an utter idiot out of herself. I'm assuming, you know, based on the result.