Probst talks to Stephenie, saying that she came into this game as probably the strongest female contestant but "never really got up to speed." Stephenie looks very pretty except for those ridiculous eyebrows she insists on having. She says she was "grateful" to come back for a third try and knew she'd be a target because she doesn't "hang out" with other contestants. Yes, but I have to think if she'd made an effort to, like, be friendly to them or ally with them, she could have overcome that. But she didn't, because I have a feeling that Stephenie is a bitch who thinks she's awesome and better than everyone else. Probst asks if she had fun. Stephenie says she was only there for six days and she was "on the outs" before the game started, but -- and here she smiles mischievously -- "it's nothing that a filet mignon pizza can't cure at my restaurant." Probst does not appreciate her plugging during his show, which, by the way, plugs the hell out of everything from phones to department stores, but she says "Jeff, what else do I have? Come on, I played for six days!" "Congratulations to you. I'm glad you have a restaurant going," Probst says insincerely, then turns quickly to Cirie and asks if there was anything she could have done to avoid the target on her back. Probably not, I'd say. Cirie says she doesn't think she could have done anything differently, except maybe pay Tom a million dollars not to target her. It was J.T. who ultimately took her down, but whatever. She says people had a perception of who she was and how she played, and she never had the chance to change their minds.
Probst then asks to see a "video" of a moment with Coach. YES! Surely, this is THE DRAGONZ's amazing music video, no? Followed by a performance from the greatest band ever? But no, it's a clip of when Coach cried all over Tyson about how people seemed to hate him. Coach doesn't look as embarrassed by that as I'd be, and Probst asks him, reminding him first that they don't have much time so Coach can't tell one of his stories ("Yes," Coach admits), if he learned anything about himself or how people perceive him this season. Coach says that when he saw himself on TV during Season 18, he thought "that guy's an arrogant ass" and wanted to change that and get redemption in this season. So when Sandra said he was lazy, he freaked out that there was going to be another season where he looked like a total asshole and everyone hated him. He thinks he is now "more humble, down to Earth [and] chivalrous to all the ladies." He's definitely more aware of how he comes off to the camera and how his big, strong warrior act that he thought would make him seem like an awesome, strong, loved hero actually made him seem like a douche. I don't know that he changed, so much as the editors weren't determined to portray him as a complete buffoon this time (they had Rupert for that). Also, he was more aware of how to behave and interact with people so that the editors wouldn't be able to do that. He was still a douche this season, I thought, but when he was being, like, a real person in the Ponderosa videos, I really enjoyed him. Probst goes to the commercial with a shot of Amber in the audience with her and Rob's baby daughter Lucia Rose, who will not look at the camera. I'm sure that'll change in a few years, though, as Lucia Rose is destined to be the most camera-whoriest person in the world, due to her genetics. He then gives a shoutout to the show composers, and they play us into the commercial instead of THE DRAGONZ, which is just wrong.