Speaking of the snake room, Heather is still trying to avoid Polly Python. It starts to slither towards her and she moves across the room. And then the lights go out. Oh, hell no. I would be out of there in about one second. The snake would be all, "The hell?" and there would just be a Kim-shaped cloud of dust where I had been standing. Through a night vision camera, we can see the snake crawling in between Heather's feet. She freaks out and leaves. Outside, Anderson asks if she's quitting. Heather says that she could hear the snake moving around, and she could barely tolerate being in the room with a snake with the light on, so once the lights were out, the game was over. Anderson reminds her that she's giving up $100,000 not just for herself, but also for the whole group. Heather says that she is.
Anderson voice-overs that Al and Dorothy are unaware that Heather has forfeited the money, so they work to complete their tasks. Dorothy watches a cockroach struggle on the ground, and suddenly her lights go out. See, but she has the benefit of knowing how much time she has left. Dorothy gasps loudly and then says, "I hate them." Then she freaks out and thinks she feels one on her back, so she starts swatting at herself. That's like the time I convinced myself that there were spiders in my bed, to the point that I had to get up, turn on the light and strip my bed in order to get back to sleep. Almost immediately, Dorothy's watch alarm goes off and she declares that her time is up and they need to get her out of there immediately. Anderson opens the door and Dorothy hops out and dances around. Anderson shakes her hand and then looks at the roaches, commenting, "Wow. Oh, God! They're so big!" And thus a million fan fiction stories are born. Dorothy tells him not to remind her, and that it was disgusting. Anderson agrees. Dorothy says that she knew it would be hard, and she grosses herself out talking about it.
Dorothy rejoins Heather back down in the original room, where they played cards. Heather asks Dorothy if she quit too. Dorothy asks what Heather had to do. Heather explains her situation, and that she quit. Dorothy thinks that Heather had "luxurious quarters." Dorothy explains her situation. Heather asks Dorothy if she was offered any sort of deal when she finished. Dorothy is sure that she wasn't offered anything. Heather says that she hates the game. Well, it's better than hating the playa. Heather and Dorothy roll out their sleeping bags and prepare to sleep on the floor. Heather asks Dorothy if she heard "Tiny Bubbles" playing. Dorothy didn't. Heather thinks it might be for Al. Dorothy says she feels bad for him, because he's been gone for a long time. Heather didn't think Al would succeed at his task. Dorothy says that Al is "pretty gung-ho." More like Don Ho! Ha ha ha! Oh my God. I've turned into Al with the bad jokes.