Back in the village, Rebecca buys and dons some native garb. Yeah, they're looking up to you and not laughing at you. Exactly. There are more interviews that basically repeat the theme of Rebecca gaining confidence in herself and learning to love herself. The roommates come upon a temple of some sort where there are tons of prayer flags hanging from multiple ropes. Rusty explains that each time the prayer flag snaps in the wind, the prayer has been said. Stephen says that being in Nepal has humbled him and that it reminds him that he's "just a little dot on this earth, and he should be considerate of all the other little dots." Yeah, that's Stephen's philosophy of life, all right. Being considerate is clearly what Stephen is all about. Except when he's insulting the home of his hosts, or accusing them of stealing his money. Other than that, Stephen is definitely considerate.
Stephen, David and Nathan are talking over beers. Stephen says that after this is over, some of the roommates won't want to be his friend. ["Yeah, except for the 'some' part." -- Wing Chun] Nathan says that the only bad thing he has to say about Stephen now that he knows him is that he doesn't care, and will say what he wants without thinking about how it might affect others. Hey, what ever happened to Stephen's "kill them with kindness" philosophy? That went right out the window, eh? In an interview, Stephen says that people don't have to try very hard to get a reaction out of him, which is "a huge weakness." Nathan must be drunk, because as they get up to leave, he gives Stephen a huge hug.