Dan was a lawyer for five years but is now "finding [him]self," a.k.a. unemployed and directionless. Probst can't let that one slide: "you're gonna have thirty-nine days to find yourself out here -- if you're lucky," he says. Dan giggles. Michelle says she "work[s] in film" and "help[s] music supervisors and editors." So, she's a PA. No shame in that, Michelle, but just admit it. I was a PA once, and I was proud. Not necessarily of the movie that came out of my hard work, but of the work itself. Sugar, which can't be her real name, is a "retro pin-up model." Ah -- I see from her bio that her real name is in fact Jessica. If I had to introduce myself as a "retro pin-up model," I probably wouldn't want to use my real name, either. I'd definitely think of something cooler and less generic than Sugar, though. Like NO FEAR. That would be a bad-ass pin-up girl nickname. Gillian is a wife, mother, grandmother of four and a nurse. And she said the wife/mother stuff before her job, so take THAT, Susie and Crystal. Ace laughs at this because it's funny when people have to work for a living. Gillian also has an accent that I couldn't quite place so I looked it up. She's originally from South Africa. I'm always suspicious of South Africans over a certain age because of their country's history of racism, but Gillian's been in America for a long time so I'm going to assume that she's cool and does not support apartheid. At least her accent is genuine.
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