Well, that was a lot of time to spend on Lisa, who didn't win. Probst brings up the rain. It rained for twenty-one days straight and asks for Russell his reaction to it. Russell says it was miserable, as you never got dry or warm. You never even got a towel. Probst brings up Dana's medevac, since everyone knew she didn't want to leave, but couldn't stay. Dana admits that she doesn't remember much of it, other than saying she needed help and then Probst showed up. She hopes she might get to play again, but Probst doesn't sound too sure about that. I wouldn't mind seeing Dana again. I thought she was scrappy.
Probst gets to talk to his boyfriend, Malcolm! Yay! The clip package reminds us that Malcolm started out miserable on a losing tribe, but then he started winning individual challenges and he "got his swag back." You know who else talks about swag a lot? Justin Bieber. I'm just saying, Malcolm. You're a grown man. Cut that out. Probst tells Malcolm that he broke a lot of hearts when he didn't win. Oh, Probst. Stop talking about yourself and pretending like you're talking about "the little girls." Probst asks Malcolm about the final challenge and Malcolm says he looked at the challenge, knew about his shaky hands and knew he was going to lose, and wouldn't win even if he had a hundred chances.
Probst reminds us that Malcolm is "one of the most popular people to ever play" (i.e. Probst loves him) and wonders what it's like to get "all this adoration." Malcolm says it's nice and he felt the show portrayed him accurately. Probst wants to know why Malcolm is so awesome like Ozzy. Seriously, that's his question. Malcolm says it's all about confidence. Probst wants to hear about the whale shark, and Malcolm says he wasn't supposed to touch it, but then Skupin got head-butted and Malcolm went for it. Malcolm sounds nervous. His voice is shaky. Probst asks what his takeaway is and Malcolm says that he was angry because he's really competitive and he didn't win. When Probst asks, Malcolm says he'd consider playing again. Gee, I wonder if he will? Wink. Also, he's single.
Abi clip package. She was terrible. She was mean. She was a bully. She said awful things. She couldn't believe that people didn't like her. Probst wants to know if Abi was really surprised that people didn't like her, and Abi says she was, but the show was a huge learning experience and she has a lot of growing to do. Probst asks, "How so?" and Abi laughs and says, "Did you watch the show?" See, that's redeeming. Abi admits that she was abrasive, passive-aggressive, and emotional and that she needs to take a chill pill. Probst shows the clip where Abi kept calling Skupin an idiot and a moron at Tribal Council, but then doesn't ask a question. So what was the point of that?