Knot All He’s Cracked Up To Be
still suffering from beef stew envy
Idle Hands are the Devil’s Sock Puppet
“It starts with a ‘p’ and ends in ‘ull!’” says Katie, as if anyone is going to get that. Maybe . . . pick-ull? Pop-sic . . . ull?
Ah, young Jenn. Have you not noticed this season’s theme? It’s time to prepare for war!
After living in fresh water for so long, these jellyfish have lost their ability to sting, so it’s perfectly safe. Supposedly.
Is that even worth playing for? The poor fools . . . Pringles, Mai Tais, and jellyfish? Worst. Reward. Ever.
Bobby Jon and Gregg both continue hitting paydirt in round three . . . James, clearly not using his usual brand of firepower, still has yet to hit anything and just hits dirt. High Time for a Peripetia
With a resounding clinky, the tribe-mates drink to their future successes and dive into the jellyfish lake.
The god of Thunder is Thor. Thor needs some athprin.
Too caught up in her hair, too, from the looks of it.
James is all over this challenge since he was in the Navy and knows a thing or two about knots—being a “nautical” kind of guy and all.
James sets to work immediately . . . on tying his skirt so he won’t be seen nekkid!
Will this be Ulong’s great moment? Knot a chance.
James is, in keeping with the war theme, shell-shocked.
What does your gut tell you after a meal of fake potato and Mai Tais?
And, finally . . . man bites shark! MAN BITES SHARK!