The group is in the middle of a swim, and one of the men asks if they have any doubts about the safety of the swimmers. The man replies that he feels a little cold, and that he thinks they need to carry him to safety. The other man asks if he has any trouble with his legs, and the man says that he does, but that he needs to take a break from the water. The men decide to build a fire pit and sit down to have a meal. The woman chirps that she's been hunting for a toad, but the men don't recognize her, and they continue to sit down. The women chirp back that they're not injured, and she says that the effects of the cold aren't as severe as this injury. She says that she doesn't want to run away from the men, because they are stronger than ever, and now that she can't, they'll lose one body.