A beauty shot of Brady follows, as the show tempts the women in the audience to think about how sad it's going to be when he's gone. ["And the gay and bisexual men, also, I'm guessing. He's really very pretty." -- Wing Chun] Jeff asks Brady whether he thinks that the guys started playing an individual game, as opposed to a team game, too soon. In other words, is it going to come back to haunt them that they've now booted off the team almost everyone capable of running a fifty-yard dash without collapsing? Brady says that indeed, he thinks that from very early on, the guys were thinking about where they were going to be six or eight challenges from then, which prevented them from developing team unity. Jeff asks Chris what he thinks about the fact that the way they're going right now, the guys may be able to outlast each other, but it looks like all of them are going to be eliminated by the women. Chris protests that the women might not stay together, and Jeff asks him what makes him think the women wouldn't stay together. Gee, Jeff, I don't know. Maybe every other season that's ever happened, ever? I'm not sure Jeff has been watching the show. Maybe he finds himself too smug, and it's kind of painful.
Jeff asks Chad why he's been shaking his head throughout Chris's little speech. Chad says something I don't really understand about how once other people start going individually, you have to go individually too. Something about it being your "backup plan" and...yeah, I'm confused. But I like Chad. I told couple of people this week that I think the funniest thing going on the season so far is that the "older guys" are letting Chad hang out with them, sort of on the assumption that he's not one of the young, strong guys. I suspect Chad will do just fine for himself in physical challenges, and is in this position because, consciously or not, they don't really think of a guy with an artificial foot as a threat. It's not that anybody's doing anything wrong, I think he's just benefiting from subconscious things that other people aren't even aware they're doing.