In a conversation that is imported from much later in the episode (as this entire sequence seems to be), Andrew asks Lill if she really doesn't think that Darrah is strong in challenges. "She's a hundred and two pounds," Lill remarks, leaving it at that. Andrew clarifies that he's talking about endurance and stamina, and Lill half-heartedly goes along with the highly questionable proposition that Darrah can legitimately claim that much. Lill once again mentions to Andrew her frustration at Osten's quitting. Andrew sticks up for Osten, of course, maintaining that Osten didn't really quit, but just talked about it a lot. I would again lobby for a rule providing that if you say you want to quit, they should drop down in a helicopter and haul your ass away in a burlap bag, because listening to people yap about quitting is just about the most uninteresting thing ever, aside from listening to a bunch of girls sitting around talking about how pretty their implants are. In an interview, Andrew insists that in spite of Osten's weenie little threats about quitting, he's still their best physical asset, so they couldn't very well afford to have him go. Osten is seen sitting on the beach, posing with burly limbs splayed, being all I-am-a-physical-asset. Osten now interviews perceptively that Morgan isn't winning any challenges right now, but that he's just going to use that as "motivation." He also says that now he's not doing the whole quitting thing after all, because he talked it over with God. And God totally told him not to quit, because God cares deeply about who wins Survivor.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 456 USERS: C+
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