If I wanted to talk about Dreamz, I’d have to use the most horrible, most bottom-dwelling words I could muster in size 5 bold red font. They might likely get me banned, so I’ll just say, fuck Dreamz. And I’m glad Boo called him out on his Christian bullshit (remember week 2, and how “I think my Christian values will carry me far in this game.”?) which, in all likelihood, is as phony as his homeless bullshit. He’s a passive-aggressive bullshitter with the brain of a peanut who, by shear luck, stumbles through life by holding onto others and standing on their feet. At least I admit that I’m a lousy Christian.
So… thank goodness I have nothing to say about Dreamz.
Oh, and congratulations Earl! You were my second choice, and it’s right that the vote was unanimous.
Yau Man, I sure hope to see you on an upcoming all-star show. You are everything I aspire to be.
I am surprised that he got each and every vote. I didn’t even realized that there was a reunion show on tonight. I totally missed that. I can’t believe after watching an entire season I didn’t see the reunion.
I was upset when Dreamz didn’t live up to his side of the “deal” and I do not believe that he was just playing Yau when he made the deal. You could tell by the instant he started crying when he said he was keeping immunity. I knew once he went back on that word that he would most likely not win the million.
I thought Earl played the best game. I was also sad that he voted for Yau - and would have much rather him vote off Cassandra at that last vote. It made me like him slightly less at that point. BUT - he did truly play the best game I’ve seen.
Noting wrong with being an idiot, of course. But being one and pretending that people are going to believe that you are just outplaying the field is above and beyond.
So, China next time! sounds awesome. I have always wondered why it is always tropical. Good to see them break from that.
Dreamz, Dreamz… shakes head Ultimately, is Dreamz admitting (after much probing from Jeff) to being a con man? Even that doesn’t seem to hold up, because if Dreamz really did plan to not hold up his end of the bargain the whole time, why not be candid to the cameras during the on-island interviews?
No, Dreamz was an opportunistic player, switching sides which ever way the wind blew. He would and could only think one move ahead. He never planned to not honor his word because he never considered getting to that point, 2 or 3 moves ahead. All he considered was that his target at that point was to get Yau-Man out first.
And then he self-deludes himself into thinking he was planning this all along. He didn’t even remember betraying his alliance until Edgardo, Mookie, and Alex called him on it at the jury.