Sappy music plays in Los Angeles as Silas "I Don't Want to Work, I Just Want to Bang on My Bible all Day" Gaither tells us he likes to begin every day with a "devotion." He sits in a barren apartment and reads a Bible passage aloud. He tells us that he focuses on the day ahead while reading a chapter every morning; it helps him to get his priorities straight. Silas says that moving from Tennessee to Los Angeles was huge. He's trying to make it as an actor, and he reads a script a day. Between the scripts and the scripture, he's busy with the reading. Silas tells us that he's been bartending to make ends meet; it's a dog-eat-dog world, but he loves it.
Silas now zips himself into a wetsuit and shows us "the green machine," which is not his penis after a night with Jerri, but instead is his surfboard. Silas rolls around in the surf while he talks about his "carpe diem" mentality. He starts to say how the Survivor experience helped him, but then suddenly starts talking about the game's unpredictability and how the "switch meant the game" for him. He sits in his car; in his black cap and black shirt, he is clearly about to go knock off a religious-goods store. He explains that he never saw the tribal switch coming, and says he couldn't sleep for weeks after he was voted off. Even now, he's just started to come down from it. Silas says that being in Africa really gave him the chance to think about life. We see a clip of a lion thinking about life, too, and then the Kimj bird soars above. Silas says that if he's going to die tomorrow, relationships are what really matters. And also if he dies tomorrow, please don't use a wistful-looking photograph for the PR stills, but instead use the photo of him grinning in Africa and looking like Superboy.
Jessie "Lips Like Nachos" Camacho loves proving people wrong. Like the people who thought a young, physically fit female sheriff would do well on Survivor? She tells us that proving people wrong is "her thing," and she doesn't like it when men say that a woman can't do something a man can do. She particularly loves proving men wrong. Jessie needs a night on the town with male-manipulator extraordinaire Kelly. We see footage of Jessie punching and shooting at things, and then some pictures of Jessie going about her daily sheriff's duties. She says she loves police work because she can make a difference in society. Her grandfather was a police officer in Puerto Rico, and after hearing all of his stories, she fell in love with the career.