Probst then addresses the white elephant in the room, or rather, the hateful bitch with a bad boob job. He says Sugar may have won over the audience, but not so much her tribe mates, and shows the clip of what he calls "one of the nastiest comments I have ever heard." And there's Corinne telling Sugar she isn't sincere when she cries about her dead father. Back at the show, we get a shot of Corinne beaming widely and blowing kisses at the audience, who are loudly booing her. Probst says we'll find out if Corinne meant what she said and if she regrets it after the break. I don't know about you guys, but I'm pretty sure the answers to those questions are going to be "yes" and "no."
We get a Corinne montage to bring us back from break. She says she's going to be a bitch and laugh when people cry and own it, and her tribe is full of mutants she wants to kill with poison. And then there's her threat to be nasty to Sugar at Tribal. And then she carries it out. Lovely! Lively church music plays us back into the show, and Probst says Corinne's comment to Sugar is at the top of his list of horrible things said on seventeen seasons of this show. He gives her a chance to try to look not completely evil in the eyes of millions of viewers and asks if she regrets what she said. "It's hard to explain," Corinne starts. I'll bet. "Obviously, I feel sorry for her loss," she continues, not looking or sounding at all sorry. She says she felt like she was stranded in Africa with a colicky baby the way Sugar cried all the time and she couldn't take it anymore. Except that she was out of the game and had been away from Sugar for a week when she made the comment, not to mention that she spent half of her time on the show in a different tribe than Sugar. Probst points that out, and says that wasn't a heat of the moment comment; it was a conscious decision to make a rehearsed comment about the loss of someone's father. Corinne says she was very angry and wanted to "go for the jugular." Well, fantastic. You made Sugar kind of upset at the expense of millions of viewers liking you and who knows what kind of opportunities you'll miss down the road when you're remembered for this. Good luck getting a job. Hope it was worth it!