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Now wearing pants, Mau gets into an argument with Pilu over the gods.
To complicate things, the Grandfathers shout inside Mau's head, demanding he bring up the last of the god anchors.
Shifting back to the beach, we see Daphne employing the scientific method to figure out why spitting and singing to the Mother of Beer changes it from poison to something drinkable.
After a few tests, she realizes that something molecular in human spit and something in the frequency of a woman's voice must change the chemical composition of the poison.
Yeah, kids, don't try this at home.
Back on the Judy again, Mau and company discover a map of the ocean. They see that the trousermen call their island "Mothering Sundays" (6.301) instead of "Sunrise Islands"—just like we say Japan instead of Nippon or Italy instead of Italia.
Mau and Daphne meet on the beach. Seeing each other in a grass skirt and trousers, they can only laugh at how silly they look, because LOL, they're both wearing clothes that are foreign to their culture. Ah, exchange students.