As we return from the commercial, even Magilla has made it onto the show! In footage, he furtively stuffs food pellets in his mouth and sneakily looks around.
Then Magilla's time is over, all too soon, and Peachy is telling us that one of the show's most unusual aspects is that every competitor goes in with a blank slate; the only things they know about each other are what can physically be seen, and what attitude they give off. Peachy explains that they have to make assessments and judgments based on what little information they have about each other. He tells us that the show's casting agents did the same thing with Stompanie. Clearly she was a strong, athletic firefighter, but based on what she told them and showed them in her audition tape, they believed she was going to be a "barrel of fun." We see more footage in which Stompanie slides down a fire pole, sits unsexily in front of a fireplace in her unsexy nasty black lingerie, and attempts to start a fire while naked, filthy, and wearing false teeth. As the tape rolls, Peachy voice-overs that she's funny and has the "drama goin' on." In the last segment of the tape, naked Stompanie rises from the water with a fish in her mouth and the same nasty fake teeth, which she removes to command that if they don't pick her, they can "kiss [her] fish." The fish is strategically placed to cover her nether regions. The other members react with amazement and Stompanie says, "Jesus! Oh my God," and acts surprised as well for no apparent reason, since she of all people knew what was on the tape. Unless someone snuck up and without her knowledge taped her putting a fish over her cooter. Peachy asks, "Where was this girl?" and Stompanie officially confirms that she is indeed humorless by immediately going on the defensive. She whines that she couldn't handle the lack of nutrition, and had never before in her life been physically limited. She says the hunger kicked her butt. Stompanie insists that the girl on the tape is the real Stompanie, and she is upset because she disappointed her family and friends, as well as the people who chose her for the show. It's been difficult for her to accept that she "could not bring [Stompanie] Dill in everyday life to Thailand." Peachy asks if she took anything away from the event, and she claims that she did: great lasting friendships and memories. Peachy cuts her off to ask, "But you personally?" and she says that she'd never thought about having kids before. Peachy is obviously going for something else and says that "more importantly" he'd meant how she told him she'd "never ever" let herself down again. Cross her heart and hope to die; stick a needle in her eye. Stompanie agrees that she won't, and then throws in the whole "I want to have kids" thing, clearly expecting audience to applaud this announcement, but not getting any response because...well, like we really need more humorless people in this world. In any case, Stompanie calls Survivor a wonderful experience, and insists that there's more to the game than money. Not that she cared about the money anyway, that is.