Once the clip package ends, Stephen has to pipe up yet again to talk about how he was consistently wrong throughout the game. Corbin asks Kathy why she didn't come to him for a coalition. Instead of admitting that he scared her, Kathy says that she thought she and Corbin played the game in a similar fashion, and she wanted a partner who could do a lot of tasks while she served as "the copious note-taker." Plus, she thought their coalition was unlikely, so people wouldn't suspect it. She concludes, "And now we're engaged!" Ahmad says that Kathy was confident throughout the game. Kathy says she had no confidence and felt stupid, and now that she's seen herself in a bathing suit, she would give all the money back to have that scene cut. Ahmad reminds Erik that he claimed he knew who The Mole was when he gave up his exemption. Erik admits that he didn't, but that the money for the pot was too good to pass up. Ahmad says that Kathy tried to form a coalition with The Mole, and wonders if that tipped Kathy off. Well, clearly not, since we just found out that she thought it was Michael until the last round. Dumb question. Kathy says basically that, and adds that her journal is full of notes about Boatman and that she never suspected Frederique.
Ahmad asks the group whether, now that they know the truth, it changes their feelings toward one another. Michael says that they all still hate each other. I need to take a moment to discuss what Stephen Baldwin is wearing. First of all, he has about two pounds of grease in his hair. Then, he's wearing a black mock turtleneck that I think Jason Priestley was wearing on the rerun of 90210 that I watched this morning. A rerun from 1992. Anyway, Ahmad asks Kathy (who is wearing her hair straightened) why she was constantly dissing the other contestants. Kathy says he must have her confused with her evil alter ego: curly-haired Kathy. Kim says that after watching the show, she realizes that she would have become into the meanest person ever, especially since she was PMSing. Okay, more than I needed to know. She says it wouldn't have been funny, and she would have been cursing people out, especially Stephen, because he wouldn't stop talking about his penis. Stephen pretends he's going to whip it out right there, and I'm sure that if the focus shifts to someone else for too long, he will.