Just Peachy's Clippings
Remember when Erin wiped out during the flower petal immunity challenge? Well, they don't show it here, but it was pretty funny.
Instead, Peachy credits Stompanie with winning the victory for Sook Jai, so Chuay Gahn heads to their second Tribal Council, where post-boot Tanya tells us that hearing her name was not a good feeling because she thought people didn't like her or want her around. She claims, "It's not very good for the self-esteem." She says that when Peachy snuffed her torch it was like a "light going out," completely missing the fact that with the snuffing of the torch an actual light did go out. She was sad to realize she'd no longer be with her tribe, and disheartened because her part of the game had ended. Had Tanya stuck around, she would have given Clay and Penny a run for their money in the strongest Southern accent competition.
On Night 6, three half moons converge into one just like they did the first time we saw them. It's like on 90210 when the same three random students walked across the West Beverly quad during the opening credits of each episode. And yes. I watched a whole lot of 90210.
Grindia accused Ted of "specifically" grinding against her, then accepted his apology and forgave him. Except not really.
But first, in the second reward challenge, Robb gave Chuay Gahn the finger, and then attempted to throttle Clay, which caused Peachy to pricelessly call him out for "grab[bing] Clay around the throat." If I had to make an argument for one clip worth showing again, it would be this challenge. Really, they should have just shown it over and over again for the full hour. After nearly the entire Sook Jai tribe was disqualified for dirty fighting, Chuay Gahn won themselves some slaves-for-a day. Then Robb called Clay a "weak little whiny punk," and wanted to spit in his face. Hee. That's still funny.
Now remember when I said Grindia accepted Ted's apology and forgave him? Well she didn't! Which we'd all be shocked and dismayed to learn if we hadn't already sat through it the first time. Grindia thought everyone in the tribe should know that Ted was "sexy biting" on her, but really, no one should have to know that. Helen didn't think it was "cool." Blah blah Grindia's side of the story. Blah blah Ted's side of the story. Grindia screamed and threw things and kicked trees and wanted to "punch [Ted's] ass in the eye." Incidentally, the editors didn't see fit to include Grindia's "punch his ass in the eye" comment, but I couldn't resist the opportunity to throw it in again. Then Clay admitted to "whupping" his two-year-old and Grindia said, "To me I got the feeling that you was tryin' to get wit [sic] me." But Ted didn't need to get wit her; he wasn't even attracted to her! He looked pretty attracted during the earlier photo shoot, though.