Mother's Day Massacre
Peachy calls Deena a "neutral observer," and asks about her take on the situation. He again takes the opportunity to use the words "younger, prettier girls." Deena really believes that Jenna, HeiDDi, and Shawna were disadvantaged by being part of an all-female tribe, because their greatest assets were beauty and their "manipulation abilities." But when the tribes were redivided, she could see them making new alliances. She points out that it worked for them, and that they used the situation to the best of their abilities. She keeps using the phrase "their abilities," in this discussion, and I can so hear, "Did you get a load of the abilities on her?" making its way into the lexicon. Shawna laughs in the background while Christy has really thin lips. Deena adds, "If I had it, I'd have flaunted it, too," and Peachy disbelievingly asks, "Really?" Deena pauses before responding, "No." Hee.
Peachy is a little stuck on this subject, as he points out that the men appeared to get along with each other better than the women did. He asks Davey Rockett if he thinks that a group of men "have an easier time just gelling and meshing," and Davey Rockett responds that his tribe was better able to get past their minor differences and move on to other things. He doesn't think it "went quite so well at the other camp."
Peachy next asks Joanna's take on the situation, wondering if she believes there's "fundamentally a difference with how we interact when we're forced together in the same sex." She responds, "That depends who the women are...and what they're all about...and what they have goin' on inside and out." Peachy asks if Joanna had a good time on Survivor, and she responds with a resounding "Hallelujah!"
Peachy wants to clear something up before we go to another commercial: he turns to Janet, who he says left under circumstances during which people were "alluding" that she was a granola bar smuggler. She trills that she absolutely did not bring the food in, and that she'd love to take a lie detector test to prove that she didn't. Peachy doesn't offer her the opportunity, though. Instead, he asks whether, "in [her] defense," anyone at camp definitively saw her bring it in. He wonders where the finger-pointing originated, because "all of a sudden it was like Butch with the fire." Jeanne explains that she had seen the granola bar in Janet's bag the previous day, but didn't say anything because she didn't want to create any "drama out there." But she had no problems creating the same drama the next day? Jeanne points out that they were sharing bags; Peachy jumps in to say that it could have slipped out of anyone's pack, but Jeanne doesn't sound all that credulous as she agrees that the granola bar was indeed on the ground the next day. Peachy doesn't want Janet to go out as a cheater because "there's no evidence -- Deena couldn't convict you, even." Coming soon to CBS: Law and Order: Survivor.