Lamber's question is next, and of course it's a boring one: she wants to know what three things got them where they are, and in what three ways they would spend the million. Colby answers that resistance to mentally checking out, water, and taking time out to enjoy the experience got him to the end. He says he'll buy a Harley, pay off his dad's office building without his dad's knowing about it, and financially take care of his mom. Tina says that strategy, Colby, and "heart slash God" got her to the end. She plans to pay off her house, pay off her best friend's house, and start a charity using Elisabeth's idea, which involves a family in need living off the interest from her bank account. ["She clearly has no idea how interest works, because...check it out. After taxes, she'll probably end up with about $475,000. I don't know what houses cost in Tennessee, but after she pays off her house and her friend's house, she's probably looking at around $100,000. Assuming an interest rate of about 6.75% (let's say), that gives the family in need, like, seven grand. Which is not enough to live on where I come from." -- Wing Chun]
Elisabeth asks my favorite question: she wants to know which two of the jury members Colby and Tina would exclude from winning $1 million, but they can't give any reasons why. Tina says Jerri and Rodger. Colby says Jerri and Bozo the Keith.
Bozo the Keith then wants to know when politics and manipulation came into play during the game. He has a hard time saying the word "manipulation" even though he definitely memorized and recited this little speech. Colby says that when he and Tina decided to vote Mitchell off, they manipulated the game. Tina agrees with Colby and says that if they'd voted off Bozo the Keith, the team would have gotten weaker. She says that he could call it manipulation, but that she prefers to call it strategy.
Alicia is next, and she actually congratulates them. She wants to know their most and least proud moments. Tina is most proud of the role she's played in the Outback. She says she's done some things as a tribe member that were "extremely giving," and cites letting Bozo the Keith win immunity in the "A Peg to Stand On" challenge. She doesn't mention, however, how that move helped her, too. Tina says that her least proud moment was during every Tribal Council. She tells the jury that she never felt good about voting someone off, but earlier she told us the opposite. Colby says that his least proud moment happened today when he realized how little respect he's shown for the land. Imagine how much less proud he was when he found out he was getting sued for stealing from one of the world's treasures. He then says that his most proud moment was winning the water bucket challenge because he came from behind to win.