Alexis is next. She says she likes to work with "young girls" and wants to know what makes Parvati a better role model for young girls than Amanda. Parvati does a pretty good job answering this question, I must say. I mean, if I were her I wouldn't be able to think of anything that made me someone that a young girl should admire, but she says that she is outspoken and independent, and doesn't like it when people do things for her. Um ... what? Isn't this the woman who told Natalie to go back into real life and ask people for things? She says Amanda tends to "go along with the flow," while Parvati puts herself out there and makes bold moves. "I didn't see much of that from Amanda," she says. Alexis compliments Amanda's Oscar-award-winning performances at tribal council, and says she laughed her ass off when Amanda pretended to be upset to send Cirie home. Yet again, I am surprised by the dislike jury members have for Amanda. Alexis asks what part of Amanda's game, if any, has been genuine. Amanda says she was genuine at every tribal council (um, except for the one that ended up being Alexis' last ... ), and she definitely was last night. She says she wasn't trying to get sympathy votes by doing that, and she doesn't want them now. Are you sure about that Amanda? Because they might be your only chance at this point.
Natalie goes next and tells the finalists they have her respect -- "woman to woman." God, shut up about women. If a bunch of men had made it to the end and talked about how awesome it was to be rid of the annoying women and how men will always outthink women, we'd all hate them. It's slightly different the other way around, mostly because women usually don't get as much credit in this game as they probably should so it's nice when they do, but still. Anyway, Natalie asks Parvati...okay, I don't know what she asked Parvati. I think it was for sex advice? She said something about Parvati's bedroom strategy. Probst has the greatest "what the fuck is this nonsense?" look on his face. James says he's confused while Erik puts his head in his hands, more embarrassed for Natalie than she ever was for him. Probst scolds the jury to quiet down and asks Parvati if she knows what Natalie is asking. "Um..." Parvati says. Natalie asks again, saying that Parvati is a flirt, and even flirted with Natalie on several occasions, not that Natalie is complaining. "You're sexy," Parvati says. Um ... is Natalie trying to get a date? What is it about these all-girl alliances that seems to turn them all into lesbians? Natalie asks Parvati how her flirtatiousness on the show is reflected in her intimate life. I still don't know what she's asking. This is stupid. Parvati attempts to answer, saying that flirtatiousness is big part of her personality and it gets her what she wants, both on Survivor and in real life, and she'll flirt with both girls and guys to get her way. But I thought part of her great role model for girls was that she got what she wanted for herself.