Kim says that she knew once they merged again that they had to get rid of at least one guy if they wanted to have a chance. Probst is done with Kim now and says that he can't believe the guys gave up immunity. He asks Matt why they did that and Matt reminds him that he was already gone when that happened. Come on, Probst. They are seated in boot order. The guys gave up immunity to get rid of Bill. Matt is seated to Bill's right, meaning he left before Bill. This isn't rocket science. Is Probst on pills or something? His face looks weird, like maybe he got a face lift recently. Did he sneak some vikes or percs before the show and now he's all doped up?
Probst redirects the question to Mike and everyone laughs. Mike says that he thought he was going home that night and he and Jay did not want to go to Tribal Council, but they relented at the last minute. So Mike doesn't really answer why they went along with it anyway, ESPECIALLY when he thought he was getting voted out, but Probst moves on to ask Tarzan what his plan was to win when he helped get rid of most of the jury members. Please don't ask Tarzan questions. I have had an assload of Tarzan and I'm about done. Tarzan says that he made an alliance of five guys in the beginning and used Colton as a shield and getting rid of Bill was all part of the plan. Probst doesn't want to talk to Tarzan any more, although if he would talk like a normal person, I wouldn't mind hearing more about what Tarzan's plan was, because it sounds like he's taking credit for stuff that the show had us believe was all Colton's doing.
Probst asks Chelsea basically, "Why is Kim so awesome?" Chelsea says that Kim is endearing and soft-spoken and you believe her when she's talking to you. Probst asks Sabrina how the women were able to stick together when the men weren't. Sabrina says that the women were a mess at the beginning and she's glad that Colton was able to get rid of some of the stronger guys before they shook up the tribes. That didn't really answer the question. Moving on.
Probst asks Troy -- the expert -- why this season's alliance worked when most of them fall apart once the people on the bottom realize their position. Troy takes a lot of words to say that people don't like taking risks and they stick with what feels comfortable, which is true in life as well as in the game. Probst wonders if Kim knew she was going to win. Kim says that initially she thought she won, but as she watched the show she really didn't think that she did.