So now that the fallout from Thursday has been dealt with, we get to finally start the final-three mimosa banquet clip show. Dan, Danielle, and Ian gather around the table to celebrate and spout awkward dialogue to set up the playbacks. Dan sucks up to the two of them while Danielle is supposedly secretly plotting her revenge, but is in fact acting as the producers' tool to launch the retrospective.
We flash back to Day 32, when Ian, still in his dog costume, proposed starting the Quack Pack with Dan, Danielle, Shane, and Britney. And look, three of them are still here. Dan hearkens even further back to Day 1, when he and the other coaches first showed up for the first time. Man, the guys' hair was so much shorter at the beginning of the season. Every year should have at least one cast member who know how to cut hair, otherwise someone inevitably ends up sitting next to Julie looking the way Shane did on Thursday.
Back in the present day, they talk about how Janelle hid her emotions so well that nobody ever knew what she was thinking, as illustrated by a clip from day16 when she revealed to Britney that she never cries, or feels much of anything at all. Back at the table, Dan talks about his Bible, which he was shocked to see Mike reading one day. Mike DRs that he was looking for guidance from God in the absence of his actual higher power, Dr. Will. We see that clip, which wasn't interesting enough to make the show the first time and still isn't. However, the same can't be said of Britney's Day 53 meltdown during her nomination week, when she started throwing things and playing mumblety-peg until Frank suggested taking it out on his giant teddy bear. Which she beat so hard that a larger person would have shredded the poor thing. The one time in the house her being a munchkin was actually an advantage.