Probst turns to Ken, who has way too much gel in his hair. He wants to know about Ken's gaming skills, and Ken says he played Super Smash Brothers Melee tournaments all around the world. Ha! Take that, Ace who thinks he's the only cast member who's ever been on a plane. Actually, Crystal's probably done a fair amount of traveling because of her athletic career, too. We see some footage of Ken winning a tournament, and he says he's won over $50,000 in his career. Meanwhile, the entire time he talks, he's not looking at Probst or into the camera, so Probst feels the need to interrupt and point that out, as if Ken should be all experienced at talking to a live audience on a live television show. Please, Probst. They wouldn't even let you host this thing for the first few seasons, so don't go around knocking people who are new at this and might have some kind of autism spectrum disorder. Probst asks Ken about the connection between video games and the game of Survivor, and Ken says he was into mind games as a video gamer, and he tried to do that on the show and manipulate people into doing what he wanted. Sugar makes a fake pouty face at this, as if she wasn't doing the exact same thing the entire time she was out there (and doing it better). Ken says his downfall was that he got too cocky and he now realizes that people are not chess pieces that he can control. And he's stopped looking at Probst and is staring at his shoes again.
Finally, we have to hear about Ken's love life. He says he's talked to some girls and girls seem to be finding him attractive for the first time in his life, but he wants a girl who likes him for him and not because he's on TV. No, Ken, no! You have the rest of your life to meet girls who like you for you! Go for the shallow bitches while you can! Meanwhile, Probst just sits there with no concept of finding a woman who likes him for him and not because he's Jeff Probst, Emmy-winning host of Survivor (coughJuliecough).
Probst turns to Michelle and asks if she and Ken can resume their non-relationship from the first episode of the season. He calls her beautiful, which Michelle is very pleased with. Probst says she ate a termite for Ken, and she takes that and runs with it, saying that she now has nightmares that a giant termite wearing a Fang buff (although Michelle is too cool to know what those are called and needs help with the lingo) is trying to eat her. Probst recommends that Ken stay single for a while. Ken agrees. Poor Michelle. She shouldn't pursue a career in stand-up either. And that's all we'll hear from her, which is kind of a shame because I'd like to know if she learned anything about herself and being more pleasant to people as a result of being voted out because she was so horrible to be around.