We are now in Berlin, New Hampshire, home of Debb Dont hate me because I have sex with my son-in-law Eaton. As she checks doors in the prison where she works, she tells us that all the prisoners have color televisions and cable. Hey -- I dont even have cable! Your tax dollars at work, people. Anyway, Debb tells us there are 340 prisoners, and they all know everything about her. She says they know more about her than her own mother does, which must be very little, since Debb was only around for one episode. She tells us that she never knows what shes going to get bombarded with when she begins her work day. Life after Survivor, according to Debb, isnt always a bed of roses. Now Debb stands outside the door to the prison and tells us to just wait a second and see what we can hear. She throws open the prison doors and begins goading the up-until-now-quiet prisoners with, What do you think, of me and Survivor? Survivor or not, I dont think this kind of act prompts positive responses. I wouldnt walk into a prison and yell, What do you think of me? One prisoner apathetically tells Debb to go fuck herself; another mumbles something about her being a freak. Debb says, What am I sayin? as if she just proved something to us, but I cant figure out what, since the two prisoners who could even bother to respond said not a word about Survivor even when directly asked. Debb tells us the whole country hated her guts when she got voted off first, and that she wasnt ready for that. She was in love with her husband for twenty years before he died, and falling in love with his son was the best thing that ever happened to her. She says shes happiest with him and the dogs and the birds. We then see lots of happy shots of Debb and her son-in-law and the dogs and the birds hugging each other on the porch and in a bar. Bob Eaton tell us he was happy for Debb when Survivor started, but he wanted to just stay out of it and that wasnt allowed to happen. Debb blames someone at The National Enquirer who saw that her last name matched the last name of her boyfriend and did some investigative journalism. She says it might have been naïve on her part to expect the public to be intelligent and understanding enough to listen to the circumstances before convening a witch hunt. Shes sad that people like to kick others when theyre down, which seems to me to be her chosen paid profession. She then repeats, Theyre kickin ya when youre down! with great angst in her voice. This is followed by lots of pensive sad-looking Debb shots. She tells us that Survivor has been a double-edged sword and hasnt been worth the after-effects. She wouldnt do it all over again, and thats all.