Filler, filler, filler. You know, if they didn't have enough material to fill out an hour, it would have been more interesting to do a half hour showing who won, and a half hour reunion or interview show, telling us what the recruits are doing now. Now, it's time to find out who Thomson voted for. Wolf voice-overs that Thomson was "one of the guys," and he counts on Thomson's vote. Thomson says that boot camp seemed easier for him because, as he says, "I'm Dave Thomson. People like me." What is he talking about? He's loopy. Thomson got along with Wolf, even though they were on opposite sides of strategy. Thomson feels that Whitlow was very consistent, and he based his decision on consistency, so Whitlow got his dog tags. That makes the score Wolf six, Whitlow five.
Now we get to hear from Pupo. Whitlow voice-overs that Pupo will vote for Wolf, especially if she's heard what Whitlow said about her. Wolf thinks that since they are both from Philadelphia, Pupo will vote for him. Pupo gets up there and says that she's not surprised it came down to Whitlow and Wolf, since they "got cozy when [they] thought that no one else was looking." Pupo reminds them that "that pig farmer" said she wasn't a team player, and she was "absolutely correct." Pupo thinks there's no such thing as a team player. Wow. She's kind of a bitch. She's delivering this speech very smarmily. Pupo says she wasn't in the game long enough to get to know Wolf and Whitlow, but she has some observations. She tells Whitlow that the DIs were going to yell at them no matter what, so Pupo didn't bother working harder than necessary. She feels that it didn't do any of them any good to be a team player. Well, except that maybe she wouldn't have gotten discharged the first week. She seems to be conveniently forgetting that part. Pupo doesn't care who wins, so she flipped a coin and her tags go to Whitlow. Oh, whatever Greg. The score is now tied, six to six. Yaney looks nervous. DI Francisco reminds him that the fate of Wolf and Whitlow is in his hands. Well, not really. I mean, they all voted. It just so happened that Yaney revealed his vote last. Hey, guess what? It's time for more commercials.
DI Francisco reminds us that whomever Yaney votes for will win boot camp, and $500,000. Wolf voice-overs that he's counting on Yaney, because they were bunkmates. Yaney takes the podium and says, "I can't get a break." Whitlow cracks up. Yaney says that he used to be afraid of heights -- or, more accurately, afraid of falling. At boot camp, he learned courage. After all they went through, it's tough for him to tell one of them that he or she is not going to win. Yaney says that they both mean a lot to him, and that it's not personal, but part of the game. He's not voting for "the best recruit or the most improved recruit," but he's voting for one of the last two recruits. Yaney pauses. Wait, this is the cheesiest part. DI Francisco "says" that Recruit Yaney must reveal his final decision. But it was totally dubbed in afterward, because we didn't see Francisco say it, and Yaney didn't react at all. They wanted to make it out like Yaney paused for a really long time. You know, one of the reasons I liked this show is because they didn't pull manipulative crap like that. I'm disappointed that they resorted to editing trickery in the final episode. Yaney brings up the D-ring incident, and "not taking responsibility is going to cost somebody." Yaney votes for Whitlow.