We now move into the rapid-fire segment in which Jeff tries to get to everyone, mostly so you can see how all the women did their hair, which is one of the few things that is consistently worth discussing about the reunion show.
Jeff asks Stacy about the part where everyone said they hated her guts. Stacy says that it "changed [her] perspective on [her]self and other people." She doesn't really say how, and Jeff doesn't ask. Nice job, Jeff. Incisive interviewing technique, there.
Liliana. ("Who the hell is Liliana?") Jeff says he heard she gained twenty pounds to come on the show. Basically, she immediately admits that she didn't, but she maybe ate a little more before she came on. Yeah, way to break Jeff's stride, Liliana. No wonder no one remembers you! She says she intended to win, so obviously, she intended to be there a little longer.
Rita, are your kids proud? They are proud. Hey, there are Rita's kids in the audience. With Uncle Nick! And she says that she never gave up.
Sylvia gets just enough time to say the name of a show on HGTV called Extreme Building, which has selected a house she worked on to be featured at some point. I hope she enjoyed her moment. At least she got to dominate the early episodes, if only by being bossy and annoying.
Hey, Erica, was that frustrating? "It was very frustrating!" Jessica, did you make friends? She did, because after she got voted out, the other people there were really cool! That's all we have that we'd like to ask you; go away. You might -- you might -- get a table at Dolce.
Next up: the "sneak peek" at the next destination.
When we come back, Jeff tells us that we're headed to...China! And here's how the preview of next season goes: Shots of tropical islands. (You won't be seeing that.) Jeff says we're leaving the tropical islands at last. (So...that makes sense, then.) Shots of mountains. (You might see that.) Shots of the Great Wall. (Probably not.) Shots of...monks? With lamps? Walking along the Great Wall? (Definitely not.) "This...is China!" A big, bustling, sped-up city in China. (Not.) A busy street in China. (Not.) Chinese characters dancing across the street. (Oh my God.) A man writing. (Not.) Dragon heads. (Not.) Gold Buddhas. (Not.) A canal between two buildings in a city. (Not.) A gargoyle. (Not.) A giant statue. (Not.) The Great Wall again. (Not.) More statues. (Not.)