Lex, of course, explains that his only mistake was in being someone's friend and being too nice, blah blah blah. He says he "allow[ed] a little too much compassion to show through." Sigh. Now take careful note of that -- if he were really upset about the friendship and not the game, then he would have said that he didn't make a mistake -- he would have said that he was proud of what he did, that he did the right thing, and that he'd do it again. This, on the other hand, says that he regrets losing the game by respecting the friendship, which is exactly what he is now saying Rob should have done. Lex really needs to narrow it down to at least one theory if he wants to keep this up. Which frankly, I sure wish he wouldn't.
Kathy says she relies on "trust and loyalty." She says that she may just be too good a person to win. Seriously, that's approximately what she says. Alicia says that this time, she tried to be less pushy and "eased back" in the challenges (heh, sure), which got her six days further. Shii Ann congratulates herself for lasting longer than Hatch, basically. She says that her loss came down to "bad luck with the numbers," which is BS, of course, but then, it is Shii Ann, after all. Big Tom says he didn't consider himself an All-Star, but that he's proud to be in the group. Amber says that she considers playing with Rupert "a huge honor." At the mention of the word "honor," a duck on a string falls from the sky. Rupert says that he came on the show "to take care of [him]self and everyone around [him], and [he] did." ["And why not, since it worked out so well for him the last time, not." -- Wing Chun] They replay his package-bouncing shot, and I just really didn't need to see that again. Anyway, thanks, Dead Survivors!