Jeff acknowledges that the tribal councils were over-the-top and melodramatic, but the fact that they were the most mocked parts of the show proves they worked. Sure, Probst, whatever you say. Probst says that after the show was over, all of them said they had a great time and would want to do it again.
Jeff talks about the last episode, and how it was the climax of the experience. I get uncomfortable hearing Jeff say "climax." Jeff also talks about the after-party. He says that Kelly and Sue had a gulf between them. He says that Rudy had the funniest stories and was practically a comedian when it was over.
Burnett says that the reason Survivor did so well with the public was because it was new and original, with interesting characters in an environment we could all understand. "It's fascinating," he says. Yeah, fascinating with big dollar signs all over it.
That's it. The video's over, my hands need a massage, and Sue has completely ruined the DVD format for me. That's okay. I've got a whole season of Survivor 2 to watch, and I won't even have to worry about writing about it.