Probst asks Alexis how it feels to be the only woman to be blindsided by her own alliance. He's sure it must have hurt. Alexis says it did hurt, and while she knows it was a game and everything, it did get personal. "It takes a little while for your heart to catch up with your head," she says. Fair answer, I'd say. But I don't think her head will ever catch up with her heart when it comes to losing out on those cookies. I'm really wishing Probst would talk about that moment, one of my favorites this season. But no.
Probst says this was one of the most unpredictable seasons the show has ever had, not to mention one with some of the dumbest moves. This brings us to a montage of the blindsides and the blindsidees' reactions to them. Ah, there's Joel's ouster. So satisfying! Then there's a shot of Ozzy celebrating that he found the idol, only to get voted out in the next shot. Lather, rinse, and repeat for Jason. Then there's Alexis' shocked face. And then, of course, there's Erik giving away his immunity necklace only to go home. Probst asks Ozzy if he ever considered playing his idol. Ozzy says he did before every vote. But he thought he had Parvati on his side. He was friends with her before the show and thought he could trust her absolutely. And he probably could have except that he had the freaking idol, which means that any move anyone was going to make against him had to be in secret. Was he expecting Parvati to just let him walk all the way to the end and the million dollars just because they're friends? That's not fair. It's not Parvati's fault that you got over-confident and didn't play the idol. Even if you had played it unnecessarily, that would have been better than not playing it at all. Ozzy reveals that while he wanted to kill Parvati at the time, he's since forgiven her and they're friends again.