Rob: But the funny thing is that I'm the one that likes visors. I'm the one that suggested getting the visors, and then I ended up not bringing mine.
Miss Alli: And aren't you glad?
Rob: No! I like the visor.
Brennan: 'Cause I think the thing is, even though you can SEE your hair, you're allowed to do it, because you have a visor, because you've got something else on. It's not just straight hair.
Rob: Look how bad my hair was at the end! Like you said in your recap, that scene in the breakfast before going dog-sledding, when I scratched my hair and every hair moved together. I should have had a visor on.
Miss Alli: Not a good hair moment. So people who recognize you and talk to you, they're normally okay, they're not too freaky?
Brennan: No, they're actually...they're very normal. People...it's like Rob said, it's great to have people come up and say how much they enjoyed the show. And especially now that it's over with and we won, to get so many good compliments from people about the way we played.
Miss Alli: 'Cause your guestbook on your web site, there?
Rob: Yeah, it goes nuts a little bit sometimes. We do get, like, freaky propositions and stuff by email, but the people that approach us in person are always very, very nice.
Miss Alli: But the email people?
Rob: Yeah, the email people have that...what do you call it, the fourth wall? That little bit of filter between them, so they can be a little more wacky.
Brennan: Generally, the email ones are okay, but yeah, we've definitely gotten a few wacky ones.
Miss Alli: Well, I read something about some marriage proposals, and a guy trying to sell off his sister...
Brennan: Yep. Marriage proposals, and many pictures...
Rob: Many pornographic innuendoes, and...oh, yes.
Brennan: But no pornographic pictures.
Miss Alli: Well, I'm sure they'll be PhotoShopping them soon, if I know the internet community. So, speaking for the entire readership of Star Magazine, I have to ask you about the wild parties and the dozens of groupies. [The Star ran a little article about Esquire a good ways through the race, in which it stated that the boys watched the show every week with a house full of girls -- "groupies," specifically -- numbering in the "dozens." No guys, just a house full of girls. It also mentioned that they'd both just recently treated themselves to brand-new wheels -- that Brennan had a BMW and Rob had a "tricked-out" Jeep. I did not actually expect them to answer for this article. I expected them to tell me to shut up.]