Fan Favorite is Ozzy. Cochran came in second, and it was the biggest margin of victory in the history of the award. Okay, can we be done with Ozzy now?
Hey, did you know there were other people on this show? Like Dawn? She learned that it's important to challenge yourself. Whitney and Keith are a couple now and Probst skirts around the fact that Whitney was married when she went on the show. Oops. Whitney says that Keith is THE ONE. We'll see. Edna jokes that her husband missed her so much that he got her pregnant. Edna can't leave it at that and has to try to explain and it gets weird. Stop talking, Edna. Probst checks in with Christine, who formed a friendship with Stacey, and they're still close. Probst wonders if they would have ever met otherwise, because you know, she's white and Stacey is black! Christine's like, "yeah, we might have met."
Probst wants to know if Brandon is serious about his family not accepting him. Haven't we already established this? Brandon says that some of his family said he didn't live up to the Hantz family name, when all he wanted to do was redeem his family name. But he admits that he's proud of how he played. Poor guy. He needs to move out of that Podunk town. Probst wants to talk to another dude, because we haven't heard from enough of them. What about Jim? He was awesome. Jim talks about the difference between playing to win and playing to last longer, and I kind of get what he means, but whatever.
Hey, remember Sophie? She won? Here's her check. So that happened.
Next season, there's a new twist. Both tribes will share a camp. But no returning veterans! Yay! See you next season.