New day. Hey, Army! What are you doing here? This time the girls actually swim out to get the air-dropped supplies. But lest you think such an event signals that the boys were getting ever so slightly less misogynistic in acknowledging that the women can actually perform simple tasks like this one... we find out that the boys orchestrated this girl team effort so that they could observe which one(s) of them have strength and endurance.
The shipment contains limes (for the tequila), oranges (for the mimosas), graham crackers (for the S'More Martinis), and two big fish (for the Fermented Fish Juice Moonshine). Best airdrop ever!.
Bananas, Kenny, and Robin hang out around the boat parts trying to figure out how they'll sail to the island to get the money. Bananas floats a "zig zag" theory and Robin just sort of shrugs. Bananas thinks she's keeping her sailing knowledge to herself. Robin interviews that she knows she's a threat because she knows how to sail.
Kellyanne is worrying over getting voted in. The rumor is that once Ev volunteers (which she's said she'll do), everyone will vote Kellyanne in. Ev doesn't want to go against Kellyanne, as she's her best friend there. Now there's a random girl romance I could get behind. I love me some Cohutta, but I think Kellyanne probably needs a lady's touch.
Johanna tells Bananas that she thinks Robin needs to get voted in. Over on the AWESOME part of the one-acre set, Ryan and Robin discuss how ballsy she was calling Johanna out like that. Robin says that she's in a different place in her life, that she used to be a submissive girl like Johanna. Oooo. That's good. Robin theorizes (heh) that she's a threat to that JaBrohanna alliance and Ryan makes up for tongue-kissing Kellyanne by just breathing the same air as Robin. ROBIN FOR VICE PRESIDENT!
Commercials. A bunch of stupid bullshit about Johanna not wanting to go in to a Face Off, Rachel self-righteously interviewing that she would never feel okay about herself if she didn't challenge the game in some way. Challenge the challenge? I challenge the idea of a challenge being a challenge.