Jeff asks Yau Man whether he had a discussion with "Dreamz" trying to prod him into keeping his word. Yau Man says he didn't think "Dreamz" needed any help figuring out what to do. "I left him alone to his own volition...to decide." Jeff asks Yau Man if he thinks that "Dreamz" will live up to the bargain he made. Yau Man says he thinks "Dreamz" will keep his word. Yau Man says he wouldn't say that about everyone. Jeff asks Cassandra what she thinks "Dreamz" should do, and she says she thinks he's in a tough spot. Jeff asks Earl if he talked to "Dreamz" about it, and Earl says he left "Dreamz" alone, pretty much. Earl says that it's tough to pick between "integrity" and "the game," because it's about "what matters to you most as a person." "What would you do?" Jeff asks, and Earl immediately says, "I don't think I would have been in this situation." Well, no kidding. Earl wouldn't take the hedge bet. He wouldn't need to, and he's too much of a gamer. Also, he'd instantly know that the jury would hate him if he reneged, which I think "Dreamz" decided not to think about.
Because really, that's where "Dreamz" went wrong. He shouldn't have taken the deal. If he really believed he had a legitimate shot at the money, there's no way he should have taken the deal. He was offered a bird in the hand instead of two in the bush. If he really thought he was going to get the two in the bush, then...he shouldn't take it, you know? "Dreamz" argues here that he didn't know when he made the deal that three people were going to get in front of the jury. So now it's "so down to the bone," because if he stays immune, then he makes it to the final vote. Now realistically, it doesn't make any difference -- the odds that Cassandra or Earl would beat him in an F3 challenge were not good at all, so in reality, this doesn't affect the value of the deal much at all. F3 for "Dreamz" already pretty much meant he'd get to the jury. He tells us that "it sucks." Jeff asks Yau Man if he wants to say anything to "Dreamz" before we go forward, and Yau Man says that he hopes "Dreamz" has thought it over and will live up to his word. "Whatever you do, you have to live with it," he says.