Davey Rockett grins and says, "Evening," before asking, "What modern influential leader have you emulated during this game, and what qualities do you feel, from that individual, that you've shown best?" Davey Rockett explains that he's looking for common characteristics between the S2 and their role models, but really he's just showing that he can use the word "emulated" in a sentence. Matt responds "Colin Powell," while Alex makes a face of disbelief. He claims that "his whole concept of versatility" was a critical factor in his success. Jenna thinks it's "a really great, great question," but that she can't think of a modern leader that she emulated because chooses to emulate people that she knows really well -- "not just what I see on TV or read." She cites both her parents as role models, but mostly her mother because of her fight and strength, which she says are too very important qualities both in the game and in real life. Davey Rockett is very satisfied by the answer.
Peachy advises the jury to "take a moment and think about it," as the soundtrack grunts. Jenna and Matthew sit with their chins in their hands, looking like six-year-olds who were just informed that they couldn't go outside to play today.
Another full moon. This episode has more moons than the one in which Jenna and HeiDDi took their clothes off. Matthew and Jenna have yet another chance to address the jury; haven't they said enough already? Matthew realizes that he's lied and been deceptive, and he now knows that it's part of the game. He doesn't "belong on a pedestal" because he's lied and betrayed, and he's realized that he doesn't have the integrity or moral character that he preaches. Still, he's played the game to the best of his ability, learned a lot along the way, and that's all.
Jenna thanks the jury for "really poking and prodding" with their questions, because they gave her a chance to look back at things she's done in the game that she'd forgotten or wanted to put out of her mind. She might not be the "strongest person to cut down all the trees," but she put in work at camp and during the challenges. She claims that when it came down to saving her own butt, she did it through her determination, and she was really proud of herself.