Total sidebar: While researching Yau Man's hobbies to make sure that I wasn't making a dope out of myself by ignoring the fact that his bio page at CBS.com said that his hobbies included "dragging giant trailers" or something, I discovered the most divine thing. It turns out that Yau Man listed as his favorite book something called The Reason-Driven Life. I read the description, and now, I am completely in love with him.
Anyway, so now, "Dreamz" is going on the reward with Boo and Stacy, meaning that Yau Man has to send someone to Exile Island from among Earl, Cassandra, and technically himself. But wait! Not so technically. Yau Man decides to send himself to Exile Island. "Yau Man is an amazing dude," "Dreamz" announces. Jeff Probst does a pretty good job with this moment, calling Yau Man "the first person in the history of Survivor to go from winning a truck to not having a truck and going to Exile Island." Heh. Yau Man is like the country song of the show. Yau Man heads for his boat to go into self-imposed exile. Jeff sends Earl and Cassandra back to camp. He tells the others that the truck will be floated up the river on a barge until they get to a road, and then they'll take off from there, and Jeff will be waiting at the school. "Dreamz" goes to check out the truck he won. Or "won." The truck is loaded onto the barge and begins floating.
Back from commercials, we find Yau Man arriving at Exile Island. He tells us that he really thought Earl had spent too much time here, and Cassandra wouldn't do so well, so that left himself. He says that he feels really good about being able to give the car to "Dreamz." He says it's clearly the biggest gift he's ever given anyone. I would think that would be true for most of us, except maybe Oprah. He says that "Dreamz" has the chance to "really, really change his life" -- not only because of the car, obviously, but overall, you can see where Yau Man is going with this. Being on the show will give the kid a boost...maybe the financial help of the car (provided he can pay the taxes) will push that even further. Yau Man says that his concern has always been that at F4, "Dreamz" would probably be there and would probably win immunity, so he figures that this way, as long as "Dreamz" sticks to his word, he'll be safe at F4. And this is his way to "get rid of 'Dreamz.'" Yau Man says that he was actually really surprised that "Dreamz" took the deal seemingly without thinking about it.