3:45 PM. Tasks. DI Rosenbum tells Whitlow and Wolf to pick up all the debris from the sand pit. They have to count each piece of debris as "dead soldiers," so it's kind of funny to hear them counting off, "forty-four dead soldiers...forty-five dead soldiers." DI Francisco tells Moretty and Moretti that they are going to sit on the dock and watch for alligators. Wow, tough job. Moretty doesn't want Wolf to win. Moretti asks why not. Moretty says that Wolf is "twenty-two, self-centered, arrogant...he thinks he's a big man in a little man's body." Exactly! Moretti thinks that Wolf is a good person who needs more lessons about how to interact with people and be less self-absorbed. Moretti doesn't want to have to vote for Wolf. In an interview, Wolf says he won't tell Moretti that he voted for him. Nor should he, I guess. It just sucks to see Moretti defending him when we know Wolf voted for him.
Wolf asks Whitlow how she's doing. Whitlow says her ankle hurts. In an interview, Wolf says that he's closest to Whitlow, and feels that she's part of the family. Wolf tells Whitlow that she's the only one who's scratched the surface of his personality. In an interview, Wolf says that Whitlow would take a bullet for him. Cut to Whitlow saying, "I want Wolf gone!" Hee! In an interview, Wolf says that it would be most fitting for the two of them to be in The Gauntlet.
Night Twenty-Eight. 7:30 PM. Dismissal Hill. DI McSweeney gives them a little speech about how proud they should be for making the final four. In an interview, DI Francisco says that they're proud of all the recruits. Blah blah blah -- get to the voting!
9:00 PM. Dismissal Hill. DI Francisco welcomes them and announces that the two remaining after tonight will be competing for $500,000. He reminds them that Whitlow has amnesty, and the voting begins. Whitlow addresses the squad and says something lame about pride. It's not nearly as heartfelt as Jackson's speech was on the same theme.