Brad is next. He congratulates everyone, and then tells Ozzy that he barely knows him, and wants to know what the most challenging experience of Ozzy's life was. Ozzy says that it was his non-relationship with his father, who "can't be around," so Ozzy has had to make all the effort to know his family in Mexico. He starts to cry, and it's all very moving, but it feels kind of artificial. Becky and Yul reach over to pat him on the shoulder. I was disappointed that Brad asked that, because it sets up that Queen For A Day contest in which you don't win if you haven't had enough bad things happen to you. Having bad things happen to you does not mean you are a superior person, of course, which is what I don't like about this.
Sundra gets up and is very happy. She asks the finalists what they've discovered about themselves or life in general. Ozzy says "pure love." He says that there's nothing but your mind, soul, and body, and Mother Nature, and unconditional love, and loving and sharing, and even though he says he doesn't want to sound like a hippie, he exactly does. Becky is next, and she says that when she first got here, she kept asking what time it was, because she's very wedded to time and schedules, and being free of that was really something. Surprisingly, Yul says that what he learned is self-confidence. It's kind of hard to look at that dude and think that he frequently doubts himself...unless you've known a lot of guys who were nerds when they were younger, in which case it's not hard at all. Jonathan looks like he cannot believe it, but I personally do believe it. Yul says that he had a lot of "anxieties" about all this, and that he believes in himself more now. Sundra says that it was great to play with them, and she loves them. And she wishes them good luck.