They would presumably have all died of thirst. So thanks, Michelle, for saving Rocky's life. Oh, wait. He further points out that almost no one has made fire without flint. He can't think of a thing to ask Michelle that's more interesting than what it does for her as a very young person being on the show. Really, Jeff? A young woman who was unceremoniously dumped owing to bad luck from an alliance destined to dominate, and all you can ask her is what it's like to be a few years younger than everyone else? I mean, if she were fourteen, okay, but she's not, you know? Michelle says that it proved to her that it doesn't matter how old you are; it just matters that you have a good attitude. She's typically grinning, but it's a total missed opportunity, as are most of Jeff's attempts at conversation. Edgardo! Of course, he's still pissed at "Dreamz." Edgardo is about this the way some people in Georgia are about the Civil War: it will never be over, and it will never stop being about the spilling of your personal blood. Jeff asks Edgardo about his comment in the last episode that he had gained new appreciation for family. In kind of a cutting remark, Jeff tells him that he honestly didn't think Edgardo was a family-missing kind of guy, all things considered. I don't know how I feel about that; it's like Jeff is saying, "Honestly, you struck me as kind of a meathead; can you tell me about having a soul?" Edgardo talks about how he got homesick, because...he was betrayed by "Dreamz." This really happens. Homesickness turns into a discussion of backstabbing. Do you think he still goes into restaurants and is like, "I'll have the chicken. You know who's really a chicken? A man who betrays another man"? Because I think maybe he does. Edgardo says that this reminds you of who you can trust. And you can't trust Dreamz, is the detail he'd like you to take away from all this. Up next: Gary talks about practically dying. And who gained weight for the show? But first: A suffering montage! We come back, and Jeff is talking about the physical and mental toll taken by the game, and of course, we can go to Gary, a/k/a "Papa Smurf," who had to be medically evacuated. Jeff confirms what we heard, which is that the actual reason for his illness was "thousands of fire-ant bites." Yoiks. That doesn't sound very good. I actually get text messages about this show sometimes that say things like, "I wish that guy would get thousands of fire-ant bites," but those text messages (1) generally are in jest; and (2) mostly involve Mookie. Gary says that he was only physically changed in one way, and then he shows off a truly huge tattoo on his arm of the Survivor logo.