Anyway, it's now time to add another someone to the final four. And I'm not even bothering to recap the clues, because this was so bizarre to me that I can't even tell you. It's Big Tom, which shocked me completely. He does a little dance and walks down to sit on his stool, as we look in on his hometown party. I'm sorry, but...Big Tom? Whatever. He was a bad player and an asshole. What is up with that? Sometimes America seriously does appear cracked. We enjoy a montage of Tom babbling and dancing and walking around with stuff in his butt. Lex is shown in Africa saying that the fact that Tom is smarter then he looks, in Lex's words, "endeared me to him." And that's backwards, but that's okay. (Supposed to be, of course, "endeared [endearing person] to [person talking]," as was stated in the most knee-melting song of all time: "For the things you do endear you to me.") After the montage, Tom is tearing up. Jeff claims that Tom is "touched," and he doesn't mean it the way I would. Tom says that "for a man who's never been anywhere, I've been everywhere now." ["Not that he remembers which countries he was in, apparently, but whatever. He was drunk." -- Wing Chun] He talks about how much he owes to Mark Burnett and to his wife for putting in his application. And to Berlitz, for everything. Jeff says we have two spots left, and we'll deal with them shortly. Oh, but first, another "great moment" -- Mike's burnt hands that almost made him die. Is that "great"? Hmm. I wouldn't have said so, but perhaps I am a sissy about medical emergencies.
When we come back, we flash (heh) back to Jenna and Heidi unnecessarily stripping for peanut butter. Back at the gathering, Jenna is laughing at how great that clip is. "Woooo!" she says, applauding herself as we go to a COMPLETELY FUCKING CREEPY shot of a little girl of about nine in the audience, clapping, all, "Yay! Stripping!" My God, that was unsettling. Jeff says this was another "great" moment. Jeff asks Jenna if she has any regrets about doing that, and Jenna says no, it's "the only way people remember [her]." She happily says, "The naked bitch, and I'm fine with that." Jeff asks her if she thinks she's more famous for nudity than victory, and she says, "Probably." She adds that she "was so hungry [she] could have cared less." She's apparently untroubled by the fact that there really was no need to strip at that point.