In his final words, Yau Man says that he's sorry to see "Dreamz" didn't fulfill his end of the deal, and that he's kind of surprised Earl voted him out. Shouldn't be, buddy. He was happy to make it this far.
Dramatically, "Dreamz" places the immunity necklace on his seat as he leaves. DUN!
Bula Bula, Night 38. Now trying desperately to recover from the genuinely shattering experience of learning that he's not quite the person he thought/hoped/said he was -- a guy who transcends petty concern for money and is a "truth-teller" even in this crazy game -- "Dreamz" is coming up with another whole way of looking at the whole thing. He's sort of casually tossing off that he's sorry he broke his word, but after all, it's a game, right? "How you feeling, Earl? Big Earl? Now that you know?" "I'm good," Earl mutters. "That's right," "Dreamz" says. It's really pretty painful watching him reach, reach, reach for reassurance from these people he respects, wanting them to tell him that he's okay. "Dreamz" also starts immediately talking about how the jury's going to attack him. You think? Earl thinks the jury is going to hate him for turning on Yau Man and voting him out. In an interview, Earl says that "Dreamz" made the shocking decision to break his deal with Yau Man. "Dreamz" keeps up a constant monologue at camp about how he had to, he had to, otherwise he'd be on the jury, he had to, he had to. I had to; I'm still me, right? Earl interviews in the meantime that he found himself "pissed" about having to vote out Yau Man, considering that they trusted each other all along. He hopes that on the jury, Yau Man will still give Earl his vote.