Sabrina gives the final opening statement. She says that her strategy was all about balance and to avoid putting a target on her back. She scaled back her physical prowess and purposely lost challenges so people wouldn't consider her a threat. Sabrina also chose not to be "the messenger" and I'm not sure what she's talking about here. She's saying that she DID help with strategy, but she didn't want to get any credit for it so that people wouldn't hate her? That sounds kind of warmish. I thought Sabrina was supposed to be the great speaker?
Time for my least favorite segment: jury questions. It's very rare that useful information is revealed. Usually it's just bitterness. Jonas is first and he starts asking a really serious question about the ground rules, but he can't even get through it without cracking up because he's not serious. He tells Sabrina that he loves her, but she was terrible at challenges and she agrees. He tells Chelsea that she's beautiful, but he wants to know what her boldest move was. Chelsea says that it was her idea to take Kat out. Jonas tells Kim that she played a flawless game until last Tribal, when she didn't take Christina. Kim says that if everyone hated her anyway, they would vote for Christina out of spite and if they thought she played a great game, she could beat whomever she took.
Christina is next. She wants to know if Kim had decided to take her to the finals, which of the other finalists would still be there. Kim pauses and then says that she thinks she has a better chance at beating Sabrina, so she would have knocked out Chelsea. Christina's question for Chelsea makes zero sense: "Why do you hate people?" Was Chelsea really that awful? It seemed like she was okay. She wasn't Little Miss Sunshine or anything, but it didn't seem like people hated her either. Chelsea denies hating people and repeats her opening gambit that she had to play with her head and not her heart.
Jay. Remember that guy? He congratulates them and says he has no hard feelings. Jay thinks that Sabrina seemed to take it easy around camp and he wondered if laying back was really her strategy or if she's just lazy. Sabrina says that she's kind of overbearing in real life, so she knew she had to dial it down around camp. Plus, she just learned how to swim so she wasn't going to go spear any fish. Jay respects her honesty.
Mike tells Kim to define a blindside. Kim says it's sending someone home who has no idea and ensuring that they don't know it's about to happen. Kim agrees that she created a lot of blindsides and explains to Mike that he got blindsided because he was the only guy that they could get Troy to agree to vote out. Mike tells her that she took all the blame for all of the blindsides and didn't try to pass it off on her alliance-mates. That could have been a smart move or a dumb one. Sound like Mike thought it was smart because people will respect her more.