Jason is next. He asks Amanda if she would have told Ozzy he was being voted out if she had known about it. Amanda says she would have, no doubt. And on one hand, that's not very good gameplay. On the other, it makes her look like a loyal and true friend deserving of all that money. Jason says he has "misconceptions" about Parvati that she is devious and manipulative, so he wants to know what her redeeming qualities in the game were. Parvati says she was "protective" of her alliance with Cirie and Amanda and was loyal to them both all the way until the end. Also, she set Gloria the chicken free, which makes her an animal lover. Jason gets a laugh out of this. "Is that good enough?" Parvati asks Jason. He says it is, and wishes them both luck. Good for him; he could have been a lot more bitter.
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.