Credits. They're short-form, and as my Music Stylist pointed out this weekend, you can really tell that they haven't shown the long-form credits that many times this season, just based on the fact that I didn't really fixate on Boo's eyes until last week. Incidentally, while we're discussing betrayal, as we will be during this episode, you should all know that said Music Stylist slammed my entire hand in a minivan door last Thursday night, leaving temporary dents in all my fingers. I'm lucky I can still type. It's amazing how long it can take to spit out the words, "You need to open your door, because my fingers are entirely slammed in the door and I'm sort of paralyzed with pain." But he eventually opened the door after what seemed like about an hour and a half. Then, we went to a really great concert. Download that show, and wait for a song called "Leave," and you will officially know what the last thing was that made me cry. Because it came after my fingers were slammed in the door. Where was I? Oh, right. Betrayal.
Bula Bula, Day 28. Folks are waking up, and Alex and Mookie are hanging out together, realizing that bitterness tastes best when you down it next to your best bud. Specifically, they discuss the fact that they hate "Dreamz" now, and they have nothing to say to him. Mookie specifically dislikes the fact that "Dreamz" hasn't come over to make some kind of overture of, presumably, bowing and scraping. As one Jonathan Penner recently pointed out, however, you can't expect too much from a guy whose nickname not only is stupid, but means stupid. As if you need another diversion already, you'll find that post on the Survivors Strike Back Blog at CBS.com, which has become weirdly awesome this season, thanks to the contributions of a rather unlikely band of bloggers: Cook Islands President Beefcake, Guatemala Brian, and, of course, Jonathan. These three dudes are basically sitting back throwing spitwads at the TV and saying precisely what they think, and I highly recommend it. ANYWAY.