The nice music plays as we see Rodger sook-sook-sooking his cows in Kentucky. He says that hes the same person he was before Survivor, and that his cows still look at him the same way. He has a good wife, nice daughter, nice-son-in-law and is well pleased with living on the farm. Daughter Angela tells us that her dad was reserved before he left for the Outback, and that the show has opened the doors for showing our feeling[s]. Rodger tells us he has a deeper appreciation for the things at home. Wife Pat guessed that the young ones on the show might see him as a father figure because he loves his daughter so much. Elisabeth then tells us that Rodger made the Outback home for her, and that her dad was so happy that she had someone like that by [her] side. Rodger says that going on Survivor was never about the money for him -- he wanted to see how hed do in a survival situation. We then see different shots of Rodger as he struggled through physical challenges in the Outback. His daughter tells us that the cliff-jumping challenge was upsetting for the family because Rodger couldnt swim and had back trouble. Jeff says he realized thats what its all about when Rodger jumped off the cliff. Rodgers daughter tells us that the experience has been a ride for the family and for their community. The little red-headed girl shows up and says, This little town -- it wasnt popular, but when he was on Survivor it made our town like so popular and its great! Its just so awesome because like [sic] Ive got a famous guy on my shirt, his signature and everything! Rodger says that he was approached by a girl he was in elementary school for an autograph and he was like, Louise, what do you want with my autograph for? I said, Ive known you since Is [sic] six years old! Reality television will never find a more endearing character than Rodger Bingham. Certainly not Kelly Wiglesworth, who tells us of Kimmi as we go to commercial that when you start interfering with peoples food youre not gonna last too long.