Jeff gives the jury a minute to think about their questions. Well, "questions."
When we return from commercials, it's time for the jury to start. Sally is first. She has her Princess Leia hair going, and she starts by congratulating them on how they did. Her question is this: of the original six Casaya members, which one contributed the most to the fact that you're there? Eh. I don't see why she would ask that. It's a variation on questions that are just there to make people uncomfortable and force them to say things that will piss someone off. I don't see how the answer to this would help Sally make her decision; it's like it's just there to make the F2 uncomfortable. Chiclets cites Cirie, saying that they had a "connection," and that when she would return from Exile Island, Cirie always filled her in on what was going on. Aras also says Cirie, which he claims is ironic, which it isn't. He says that Cirie was just a good friend, but they also helped each other strategically.
Bruce is next. He congratulates them for battling "like real samurai warriors." I keep wanting to be offended on Bruce's behalf, because they keep suggesting this collection of Asian stereotypes, but then he does...that, and I don't know what to do. He asks them, beyond the million dollars, what they will do with the "responsibility" of being the winner. What a dumb question, dude. The money is the only thing you get from being a winner. Nobody's going to make you the goodwill ambassador to Namibia. You're not going to straighten out Darfur. The first person ever to win this show is going to jail as a result of winning this show. It's just not something that makes you a role model. Aras basically says approximately this same thing, or sounds like he's going to, but then he winds up implying instead that his way of inspiring others will be improving himself. I'm not sure whether he genuinely means self-improvement, or whether he just wants to be able to play poker in Vegas with James Woods and do it with a clear conscience. As for Chiclets, she says that she wants to give speeches to kids. Yes, that's right. Inspirational speeches to children because she was on Survivor. This is a pandering answer of the highest order, and to his credit, Shane not only looks dubious, but makes a face as if he's terrified at the thought that children would take advice from Chiclets. She says she just wants to encourage others to follow her message of perseverance. And, of course, her message of cosmetic surgery.