Just Peachy's Clippings
By now we're onto Day 5, and it's time for some new footage! A sports-bra-clad Grindia assumes a series of poses and facial expressions while Ted points an imaginary camera at her. In a confessional, Brian explains that Grindia is the "diva of the group" and she "loves to act like her picture's bein' taken anytime, uh, the word diva's called." Someone should have called "diva" every time Grindia popped a squat, then. Grindia strikes more poses, this time in a much more flattering black maillot. A drooling Ted urges her to wait while he fetches his "camera," while in the background an annoyed Clay wonders why Erin can't just once be the diva. In another confessional, Brian clarifies that it's only Ted encouraging Grindia's diva shtick before twitching and rolling his shoulders as he says it's, "Left, right, left, right. Vogue." Clearly he has some experience with this. He thinks it's "funny as heck," and then tells Grindia that she looks like she "dropped ten." She says, "No way!" but Brian insists, adding, "You're lookin' good, too!" As he walks away, Grindia proudly grabs her stomach and commences with more pleased posing. Ted, who apparently can't stand the thought of missing a single second of it, orders Grindia to stop so he can go get his "camera"; he then tells us in a confessional that they call her the "diva queen" and he "role play[s]" as the cameraman by taking pictures in different poses like a "New York photo shoot for Vogue or something." Okay, so Ted's an eight year-old girl. As Grindia poses, he encourages her to "work it" before pretending to change film. In a confessional Grindia tells us that she likes "the whole model scene, and adds, "You know, because I'm fine. I realize that." To her credit, she says this in a self-mocking way. I think. I hope. She admits that she doesn't have a "regular, like, skinny model body," and claims, "I'm just a big girl." This is meanly accompanied by a close-up shot of her robust physique. Grindia explains that the other members of the tribe play into her "supermodel fantasy" and that's fine with her. In fact, she tells us, "I dig it, man!" Sitting on a log with Tanya and Jan, Grindia speculates that the girls on the other team must wonder who she thinks she is calling herself a diva. Her response is, "I'm a diva and you're not!" An uninterested Tanya looks away while Jan exclaims, "That's a fact!" Grindia concludes this segment by insisting that, "If you look up 'diva' in the dictionary, it's 'Ghandia.'" She then assumes a distinctly un-supermodel-like fist at the camera.