A Million Dollars' Worth Of Lip Venom
And speaking of Blake, let's all pretend to remember him for a few minutes. Jeff reminds him of being called "Golden Boy," so there is a little discussion of his theme yell, given to him by Amy. And then Jeff wants to know how it went over with his girlfriend when he went on and on about her circus-freak boobs. Blake says that his girlfriend didn't actually care that much, because she loves him and so forth. It was her father who told him, "I can't believe my daughter's breasts got you kicked off Survivor." Wow, how...completely creepy.
And now, they show the previously-online-only clip in which Gary found the immunity idol, which is totally awesome, particularly because when he finds it, Gary looks at the camera, puts whatever he's carrying right in his mouth like a big cigar, and gives the camera a wink and a thumbs-up. It is seriously a nice moment. The decision to hold the revelation that he had the idol until tribal council was probably the right one, but it resulted in never showing that scene until now, and that really is a shame.
When we come back, we watch the footage of everyone puking at the beginning of the season again. I'm not sure I needed to see that, particularly when Judd pukes about a gallon of water onto the ground. Oh, and Brandon's "festering sores" are featured as well. I can't believe Jeff isn't going to ask Bobby Jon about feeding his infected flesh to the minnows. Back at the reunion, Jeff talks to Brandon about his injured shoulder. What goes through his head when he tries to describe the walk? He says that you can't really describe it and how difficult it was. Jeff asks if Brandon has ever done anything that compares, and Brandon says that he's, like, been hiking, but nothing like this. Brandon's hair is...shorter, but it's still stupid. It's like his hair still has no plan. Jeff calls out Brandon as being, like Rafe, one of the "moral compass" people who got all caught up in the ethical difficulties. Would Brandon play differently if he had it to do over again? Brandon thinks he wouldn't. He goes on to talk ruefully about how the game is ugly and brings out bad qualities in people. It really does make you wonder what show he thought he was going on, because this show is pretty much...you know. Always like that. "It's a really mean game," he says. Bleh.