Aaaaand...Yau-Man! And now the alleged fans are really, seriously happy. This is the one person, out of all ten, that the fans are most excited about, which kind of seems like it would cast doubt on Jeff Probst's constant stream of insistence that the Fiji season was a total failure because nobody "compelling" made it far enough. And by "compelling," Jeff means "Rocky." Anyway, these ten people think Yau-Man is very compelling, and they literally jump up and down with delight. Kathy ("Golf Course Vendor") (So she...sells things at a golf course? Sells golf courses? Sells time on golf courses?) pronounces his name "Yowman," as in, "My name is Stuart Yowman, and I am here to do your taxes," but she says that she was really jazzed to see him. She immediately gives me the heebie-jeebies, for some reason.
And Amanda comes out, and her bathing suit is a little less revealing than her last one, so that's a relief. She's got full-sized boy shorts on, instead of the cut-halfway-up-the-cheek ones that created so much trouble least season. She's also put on a bit of weight, which is good. I don't think the fans much care. They've already seen her ass; what's left?
Now, Jeff points out that they need one more "Favorite," and now it can be told. So Jon runs out from behind the rock with the "Will Lie 4 Food" baseball cap on, and it's kind of like...you know how sometimes, there's the one guy who was kind of the cut-up or the mascot at your high school or your college? And he didn't really have friends, but everybody kind of liked to have him hang around, because he was entertaining, like he was the "that guy will do anything" guy? And he'd be, like, running around naked with a Pop-Tart stuffed in his ass crack or whatever? And you'd laugh, and it was neither really with him nor at him, it was just...near him? Okay. If you go back to your reunion ten years later, and everybody has been doing all these great things, and they're all excited about their lives, and then he shows up and he's exactly the same? You kind of want to be generous enough to find it sad, and to feel bad for him, but secretly, you just think he's gross and you're so over him and you want him to go away so you can talk to the grown-ups. And this is like that.