Inside the Inner Circle
Mark asks Mike whether he's learned to drive a stick shift. Mike says that none of his friends will let him drive their cars, because they saw the episode where he left the parking brake on in the Saturn, so he asks if there is anyone out there at home who wants to teach him.
Lindsay asks Coral how it felt to have Mike for a partner when they didn't get along during their season. Mark says that he watched the season, and that Mike and Coral were actually mean to each other, so he wonders when the niceness started. Coral says that before their season ended, they became closer friends, and that she wouldn't want to go with anyone but Mike.
Mark asks Dan who fought the most. Dan thinks about it, and answers, "Anybody and Belou." Dan adds, "Anybody and Belou, anybody and Stephen, and Stephen and Belou." Mike says that, looking at the tape, he thinks he fought with himself the most, and we see flashback footage of drunken Miz yelling at himself.
Mark asks Kelley whether anyone was completely different than she expected. Kelley says that she thought Coral was really mean, especially to Mike. Then she met Mike, and she knew why Coral was mean. Ha! Kelley adds that Coral ended up being really awesome, and even came to visit her in Arkansas. Sean asks if he can answer the question, and says that he thought Beth was going to be "really nice and really cool, but she ended up being really evil and not very nice at all." Kelley asks who they're talking about, and Sean answers, "Beth. Beth S. Osama Beth Laden." Coral agrees with Sean.
Mark asks Sean who surprised him the most. Sean says that his team surprised him, because he didn't think they would do as well as they did. Coral sarcastically says, "Thanks, Sean." Sean points out that the RR team members are all strong, and Coral adds, "They're so burly." Theo claims that he's not burly, and Coral says that she's not full-figured.