Lex Loser wants to know what is the first "selfless act" Kimj and Ethan plan to perform once they arrive home. Ethan looks at Kimj with a big grin on his face, and she's just kind of staring back at him. I think Ethan is laughing because Lex Loser asked exactly the type of question he expected Lex Loser to ask; and Kimj is staring at Ethan because he's staring at her. Kimj says that she plans to do what they all have said they want to do -- work on the Wamba project. She then spouts statistics about AIDS in Africa and says, "It's something that I feel really strongly about doing." Really, I'd say it's fairly common knowledge that AIDS is a huge problem in Africa; it seems fairly hypocritical only to want to do something about it once you've seen it for yourself. Ethan wants to do something closer to home. He says that playing hackysack with the children in Wamba touched him immensely, and that he plans to volunteer his time to starting an inner-city soccer league. Lex Loser thanks them for their answers.
Frank is next. He's dressed very casual but stands very seriously at attenTION! He formally greets Kimj and Ethan and congratulates them on their achievements. He then launches into his expository question. When they first arrived in Africa, he says, they were warned about Africa's big five: the rhino, the cape buffalo, the elephant, the lion, and the leopard. He wants to know what are the "big five characteristics" of being successful at Survivor. Ethan begins counting on his thumb and answers: will power, strength, integrity, intelligence. He has some trouble with the fifth, but finally comes up with "a little bit of luck." I really hoped Kimj would say "three strong men on their tribe, some acrylic paints, and a whole lot of luck," but instead she cites respect, thoughtfulness, flexibility, love, and understanding. Frank thanks them and returns to his seat in disbelief that neither of the S2 answered "guns."
Kelly wants to say "hi" because she hasn't talked to them in a while. The S2 look amused and can obviously tell they're in for an attack of the Sue Hawk variety. It's a pale, pale shadow, though. Kelly says she's had fifteen days to think about who would be sitting across from her on this big night. She says that, "to be totally honest," she hoped both Kimj and Ethan would be on her side of the jury, but that it could have been worse. Behind her, Brandon examines his fingernails, and Lex Loser fidgets around. Kelly's voice cracks as she tells Kimj that she was "surprised and disappointed" by her "conduct" throughout Kelly's last few days on Mofo Maji. She points out that Kimj did some good things, too -- most importantly, she gave Kelly something she's been wanting for a long time: Lex Loser's own "walk of shame." She says that even though Kimj "totally sold [Kelly] out," Kelly still admires Kimj's accomplishments. She wants Kimj to know, however, that part of her success came at Kelly's expense. She finishes her diatribe against Kimj thus: "If you think you did this with high integrity, don't flatter yourself." Lex Loser grins at this; Brandon covers his face and rolls his eyes, most likely wishing he'd said that himself; Kimp wears her unflattering Tribal Council facial expression. Those furrowed eyebrows! As Kelly turns toward him, Ethan twitches and slumps. She says she listened at length to Peachy blabber on about the importance of relationships in Survivor, and snarks at Ethan, "I certainly didn't see you trying to make one with me. I don't know about anybody else." She says she's in a dilemma now, and will need their help: she wants them to pick a number between one and a thousand. Kimj picks three. Ethan twitches, looks over at Kimj, closes his eyes, and says 888. Has he never seen The Price is Right? Kelly remembers her manners at the last minute and says, "Thank you. I've very proud of you both."