They're Back, and They Can't Get a Word In! Whew-Hoo!
The clip of Paschal and Sean rolling in the surf after winning the Marquesan feast reward challenge greets us as we return from the commercial, accompanied by a split screen of the two men trying to look amused. Paschal does a much better job of it than Sean does. Rosie asks whether Paschal ever thought he'd become such good friends with "an African-American teacher from the 'hood!" and Paschal says he didn't think in terms of race, and then changes the subject to talk about the formation of relationships in general on the show. He says that no one would understand who hasn't been on Survivor, but that he would "literally die" for any of the other S16. He claims to be closer to the others now than than he is to anyone in his life except for his immediate family, and insists again that it would take six continuous years with your best friends to accumulate that kind of contact. In the background, Sarah is vigorously nodding her head, and Hunter may or may not still be drunk. Paschal says that Sean is one of the most incredible men he's had the good fortune of knowing; Paschal's blessed to have Sean in his life. Sean looks skeptical, and a bored Rosie dismisses the conversation with a distracted "Yes, very beautiful."
Rosie turns her attention to something far more exciting: Sarah's fake breasts. Rosie calls Sarah "the Kimmi of this year's Survivor," and I have no idea if that's meant as a compliment or insult, but I'm guessing it's the latter. Rosie says, "Nice to see you brought your boobs with you," and Sarah attempts to open her shirt seductively, but looks more silly than anything else. Rosie calls Sarah's entrance "classic Survivor," and claims that it will "go down in history" as "the most absurd way to play the game." Rosie imitates Sean imitating Sarah as Rosie says this. The clip follows, along with Sean's "boobs hangin' out" commentary. Rosie then grabs her own breasts and imitates Sarah wondering about getting a tan. I didn't need to see it when Sarah did it, and I don't need to see it now, either.