Rocky. Ugh. I wish he'd worn the bikini top. He tells them that they're all getting the same question -- what was their most effective manipulative move? Cassandra starts off talking about how she's "the biggest kicker" (his term) because she listened and was positive, and Rocky cuts her off, wanting to hear about things other than "nurturing" and "burping." When she denies having manipulated anyone, Rocky cuts her off and moves on to "Dreamz." "Dreamz" says that every time he was up for booting, he turned it around. He also claims to have manipulated Yau Man, which is probably not the best road to go down. Rocky points out to Cassandra that "Dreamz" at least answered the question. Sigh. I have to think that at this point, Cassandra must have felt like saying, "What, do you want to see my shoes, too?" Earl says he's the biggest kicker because he manipulated everyone -- they didn't even really think he was playing very hard. Finally, Rocky shuts up and sits down, none too soon.
Boo. Boo starts by giving all his love to Yau Man, who he thinks is just a supremely awesome guy and great player. So you can kind of see where this is going for "Dreamz." Boo starts off saying that you can't "make a promise in your heart" and then change your mind, so "Dreamz" cuts him off to insist that he never made the promise in his heart. Boo tells "Dreamz" that he's speaking -- but he manages to do it in a way that, while insistent, doesn't come off as bullying the way it did when Alex did it. Boo asks "Dreamz" whether he was playing Yau Man from the beginning, or whether he came back later and decided he needed to play the game. But of course, Boo has to spike it with a lot of talk about "your Christian answer" and "I believe in you as a Christian." Word has been that "Dreamz" talked quite a lot about being a good Christian during his time on the island, and if that's true, then he did probably bring a good bit of this on himself. But "Dreamz" has decided to insist that he was playing Yau Man from the beginning -- never intended to go through with the deal, ever. Boo tells "Dreamz" he's not buying -- but he thinks "Dreamz" is an "immature Christian." He hopes that "Dreamz" will become a good Christian man who can refuse offers of money from the devil. So, okay, Mark Burnett is the devil, which I should have suspected when I saw the letterhead for the Mark Burnett Accounting Firm, Alligator Wrestling Company, And Gateway To The Underworld. This really happened. Boo sits down.