Kim is also not discussed. She says that the game taught her to embrace her "mental abilities." Hee.
Willard! "Bye, Willard," Ian says. Man, they're doing a great job paying tribute. Willard vows that he's actually much grumpier in real life. Seriously. This is the stupidest Walk of Dead Survivors ever. It's like if they did the Oscar tribute to all the dead people of that year, only they were all people who were really alive, but had been sick, and no one really knew who any of them were.
"Angie," Katie says, without elaborating. Angie talks of her wonderful experience relying on others. Until they voted her off. That part was less validating.
Things begin to pick up with the torch of James, who Katie says "made [her] laugh every time he came to a challenge." Come awn! Ian calls James "a character," indeed. James says he figured he'd "conquer all." And he adds, "Ooh, doggie." Which is awesome, yet meaningless.
Now, Ibrehem, who gets little sendoff. He says that the game made him "more spiritual." Thank you, Ibrehem.
"Bobby Jon," Tom says, and Katie comments, "Never stopped working." Damn, I loved Bobby Jon. ["God, so did I. I forgot how much until I saw him again. Poor, sweet Bobby Jon." -- Wing Chun] "Tough competitor who always conducted himself like a gentleman," Tom says, in a clip that Bobby Jon will play at home over and over again, while giggling. And then Katie adds, "You're hot." Which, hee. Bobby Jon tells us that he tried as hard as he possibly could, which I don't think anyone doubts, and that's why he's a tragic figure.
No kind words are said about Coby, who proceeds to congratulate himself for being viewed as "a threat." Which: you wish.
Janu is thrown into the sea. She insists that it was "a roller coaster," and not just because of the throwing up.
Farewell, Steph. Everyone loves Steph, who voices over that she underestimated her own strength, and was very proud to be the last standing in her tribe.
And then Katie calls it a "tough one" as they throw over Gregg. He babbles about his friends and his "integrity," which doesn't make me like him a whole lot.
Now, Caryn. Katie says they had "ups and downs," by which she means, "Snack on this, bitch; I'm in the final three, and you're rusting next to a big clam." They all claim to like Caryn as a person, and "respect" her. Caryn voices over about how "all-consuming" the game is, and I don't really get her point, which is kind of cult-y sounding.