Mother's Day Massacre
Peachy commends Shawna on her cute "hi!" and points out that she was ready to quit a million-dollar game, but as soon as the three men showed up, she decided to stick around. Shawna explains that she knew she was sick -- whether mentally or physically. She was "totally on a one-way canoe to Psychosville," but she had to decide what was right for her, even if it was wrong for the rest of the tribe. Although she still felt like crap when the men showed up, she was determined to spend her last time there having fun, flirting, and going out "in style." Peachy's done with this subject, but Shawna can't be stopped from Sandra Bullock-ing about what a fun-loving, jolly girl she is, and how she hadn't laughed the whole time she was out there. Peachy is happy to point out that once Shawna was gone, Alex moved right on to another tribe member. Alex insists that he has "nothing but love" for Shawna and thinks she's "awesome," but "whether or not [they're] gonna have...be...married down the road," is doubtful. He says they'll always be friends.
Peachy doesn't want to pick on Rob because he insists, "You're great! You were great on this show!" but then he does anyway. He says Rob came across as the guy who always got picked last and didn't have a lot of luck with the ladies. Alex pats Rob's shoulder as Rob agrees with Peachy that it's a fair and accurate thing to say. Peachy points out that he was content to play that role, and Rob announces that he has good and bad news: the good news is that he has a girlfriend who's great, and the bad news is that she doesn't believe anything he'd say. I'd venture to say -- now that he's out of the running for the million -- there might be more bad news headed his way. Rob has a tendency to wrinkle up his nose and squint his eyes when he laughs. It's not pretty. Unless, I guess, you're a female rat.
Peachy returns to the unanticipated issues among the members of the female tribe, which he wants to "revisit," citing a particularly "memorable" moment at their camp. He also wants to "revisit" the footage of the women washing themselves and each other, and I suspect he may "revisit" this footage often from the privacy of his own home. In this clip, HeiDDi embarrasses herself by talking about being one of the "cuter girls," and how she, Jenna, and Shawna had to cut themselves off from the older women: "We're younger, and we're cuter, we've got better bodies, and for some reason that's, like, a huge issue with older people." HeiDDi puts her head in her hands and laughs, although I wouldn't be laughing if I'd said something as horrible, small-minded, and egocentric as that.