Probst wants to know what Bill thinks of Colton's comments. Bill says that he can forgive some of the comments that Colton made as part of his strategy, but he can't really forgive the things he said in interviews to the camera that none of his tribe mates would see until the show aired. Colton interrupts because he can't stand not being the focus, even when we're talking about how awful he is and says that he was out of his comfort zone. Oh, poor baby. I'm sure you were the only one out of your comfort zone and everyone else managed to refrain from spewing vile trash. The only person I've ever seen actually comfortable in the show's setting is Ozzy.
Then we have to extend the segment even more as Probst goes to talk to Colton's mom. Once he finds her in the audience, she says that she wants to tell Colton that's not how he was raised and she's not proud of the things he said. She thinks he was trying to play a game and he hurt a lot of people. And then SHE apologizes for anyone that he offended, which he should have done in the first place and then Colton makes those stupid Taylor Swift fucking heart hands, like OF COURSE HE DOES. Ugh. UUUUUUUUUUUUUUGH! Before she sits down, his mom says that she does love him and she's proud of him living his dream, but he needs to remember that people have feelings and the money's not worth it in the end. She seems like a nice lady. How did she produce Colton? Maybe his dad's a dick. Or his housekeeper. Then Probst tries to get her to say that they are obviously accepting because they accepted Colton being gay, but his mom says that not everyone in the family accepted him immediately.
Hey, who else can we talk to in the audience? How about Mayam Bialik? She's a huge fan of the show and she thinks Colton is complex and fabulous but she also wanted to see Colton stick around to see him get his just desserts. Well, I would have enjoyed that. Mayim thinks he should play again. Sit down, Blossom and go sleep with your kids in your bed until they are fourteen. Some random guy in the audience says that he doesn't hate Colton, he hates the character and compares him to Russell. People in the audience disagree. Hey, I hate both of them! Why not bring up someone like Boston Rob, who is hated and loved by many. He's a "love to hate" guy that some people came around to "love" and some people still "hate." The one thing that makes me so mad about this show is their reliance on people like fucking Rupert or Coach or Ozzy or Russell because they think that we the audience love those guys. Colton's final statement is that he's sorry for those he hurt and offended and he loves everybody, even Christina. Christina the doormat blows him kisses because you can kick her in the stomach and she will apologize to you.