Colie interviews that everyone is hungry; no one is getting enough food. Dunbar declares, "My list of five people I'd kill for free? Kellyanne's one of them now." Oh, that old list. We all have one, don't we? WHAT? A list of people you'd KILL FOR FREE? Given how I feel about the dorkwads on this show, I've got a backlog. Let me just check here, though: it's five at a time, right? Not just five, total, in your lifetime? Like once I kill three, I can add three new ones, and so on? I have lots of questions about this List of People I'd Kill for Free that I'd like to ask Dunbar. Before I kill him. For free.
Johnny is studying the treasure map and realizes that there's a third box for them to find. I love how they can't even complete a simple scavenger hunt correctly. Johnny and Kenny take the map down off the wall and hide it, thinking that the third box might contain meat. Which they will tear into like wild hyenas right there? Boys, you wish.
They dig the box up under the green wash of night vision cameras. It contains no food, but rather maps. They realize that it will be suspicious for Johnny to come parading in with these maps that he found in the course of trying to steal a bunch of hypothetical meat. So Kenny and Dunbar walk in with them. Dan wonders why they didn't want any help digging it up, and Kenny jokes that he didn't want to disturb Dan while he was drinking. Dan laughs and then stumbles over his words. Thank God there's no Betty Ford on the Island, or nobody would have anybody to point and laugh at.
Strategy. The Family wants Ev out. Dan and Tyrie shoot the shit. Dan wins this week's George Hurstwood "What's the Use" Award by stating that "You're either going to win this game or lose this game." Sigh. Why doesn't anyone ever question the existence of the game itself?
TJ. Who has clearly gotten too big for his hemp britches. Everyone is expecting new rules, because they were told at the outset that there'd be eight keys, all of which have now been given out. But TJ just tells them to nominate three people for a Face Off like usual. Everyone shrugs and is happy to not have to learn anything new. Just like in high school. Tyrie and Dan volunteer. Ev wants to go in, but Tyrie protests. Bananas thinks that's a fine idea and Ev sticks to her guns. TJ comes back in and gives them the twist: the person who wins the Face Off will get his or her key by taking it from anyone who already had one. Bananas interviews overzealously mouth breathing about this twist.