Jeff wonders whether "Dreamz" was "socially overwhelmed." Because Jeff gives him an opening by asking about his "plan," if he had one, "Dreamz" goes into this whole thing about how he had a plan from the minute he got there, everything was all carefully scripted from the beginning, which is total and obvious bullshit, and it's kind of embarrassing to see him trying to bravado his way through this conversation, as if he's fooling anybody. He says that he talked to Earl the first day about getting to the end, and they had a deal that they had kind of got messed up when they were separated tribe-wise. Jeff tries to get him back to the topic at hand, pressing that what people want to know about him is whether he was improvising the entire time (which he obviously was) or whether he was some kind of strategic genius (which he obviously wasn't). Unsurprisingly, "Dreamz" goes with "genius," though he glosses it so much that Jeff eventually turns to the audience in frustration to explain how hard it was the entire time to ever get the guy to give a straight answer.
Cassandra, called upon to help resolve the conflict, loyally insists that "Dreamz" was only pretending to be improvising, and in fact he was brilliant. God, why do these people think they're going to bullshit things that are contradicted by (1) people's actions and (2) private confessionals in which they have no motive to lie? It's just ridiculous, this "crazy genius" theory. It's ridiculous. She also preposterously claims that "Dreamz" "knew what people were thinking and how they would react" to events, meaning that he apparently intentionally behaved in a manner that would cause him to get not one single jury vote. I mean...come on. We're not idiots, lady. You want us to give him credit; give us a little credit, too. This also wildly contradicts his own repeated comments during the show that nothing he had planned ever worked out the way he intended. I understand that she feels defensive about people calling him stupid, and she's not wrong, because "strategically scattershot" is not the same as "stupid," but she's taking us on such a smoke-blowing tour here that what she's saying is losing all impact. She closes by marveling at his ability to get back in people's good graces, which worked like a charm on the jury. Shut up, Cassandra.