|Kay: you can't do what's obvious in this game, George.
Geo: sooner or later he is going to come out like a raging bull.
Kay: the floater plays the game very timidly, hopes not to get noticed, like there is no target on your back. We did not have that luxury. Much like Survivor All Stars. People who battled were out, and people who did nothing sat back and won the game. We encouraged people to step out.
Geo: but you didn't talk to me.
Kay: we talked to others. There was this hysteria that we didn't know what you were doing. I fault myself because I succumbed to that same hysteria. A couple times I came to you, and there was not a good answer on how you feel about the game or how you feel about where the lines were drawn, that would give us a more accurate account, but we got nothing.
(Kay trying to get George to think about not voting with the floaters, George is asking a lot of questions.)
Kay: its easy to blame the person who put you up,
Geo: but i never came to campaign to throw anyone under the bus.
Kay: you are the only one who kept your hands clean.
Geo: cause i think thats kind of rude.
James is yelling something out to them.... he goes away.
Geo: let's say I didn't do things that way, i was hardly upstairs.
Kay: I know.
Kay: here's the thing, in this game, those who arent playing or seemingly not playing become an issue as well. Everyone becomes a piece that you need to move around to shape the game. You became a question mark, people didnt know where you were going to vote.
Geo: but you didnt talk to me.
Kay: we sent Howie.
Geo: what do you mean, you sent Howie?
Kay: here is the thing, i know it seems like we left you out in the cold. But at that time, it was just 4 against 10. we were just literally out there in the cold. We figured someone would talk to you and treat you nice, but nobody did. and four weeks went by.
Geo: four weeks went by.
Kay: the reasons being, people are going to tell you, i dont know if they did, but they will say who are the ones who put you up, who are the reasons for you not eating, thats a cop out. You are going to watch the tapes and see who was lobbying to get you out in the first place.
Geo: i see where you are coming from.
Kay: let's not talk about you brother (ed: ?). Let's say you are a king, and you open your doors, and everyone comes to you and says we need to do this, there is a problem, you try to figure out what their motivations are. What if everyone came to you second week and said hey there is this guy, we don't know what he is thinking, what would you do?
Geo: maybe you call him up, you give him a chance. Maybe a business meeting, you call in both sides. That's where I felt like a sitting duck, more or less.
Kay: I agree with you, you were considered easy pickings and people lobbied against you. It could have been handled better, it could have been handled with more care.
Geo: and now you have to consider next week im back eating the trash. And your body is not right, its not right.
Kay: i know that, i've seen people fall apart and I know they could not make it for more than two weeks.
Geo: I guess maybe I could have approached you.
Kay: I'm definitly break my heart seeing you not being able to eat. I personally would have loved it if you came up and talked to us.
Geo: Kaysar when we were in the competition and it got to the head shaving competition...
Kay: there were some things running through my head at that time. If I didn't do it.... it comes with a lot of responsibility,and the second you are out of power people turn on you like jackals, and if someone is removed from that nomination spot, we have to piss somebody else off. If it was a mistake, we had committed to that msitake, we had to maintain the continuity of that mistake.
Kay: when you are in that veto competition, your adrenaline is pumping, i was thinging i had to get that veto and i'll think about it after.
Geo: that was another thing, i got it but i was thinking these guys want me really bad.
Kay: but we were in power the next week too. we could have put you up then.
Geo: yea, you got me there.
Kay: we were like, sending George packing was not a good move. PEople wanted us to put you up, I was like hell no you are not putting that man on the block.
Geo: i agree with you on that one , yeah.
Kay: it was a msitake.
Geo: we will let it be at that,
Kay: im just telling you this for peace of mind, i may not be here. people were sweet and sugared me up for the last few weeks. I looked at her eye to eye and said erika can i have your vote, and she gives me this sob story and does not give me a clear answer. How does that make me feel? She puts on an act, buries her face in her hands.
Kay: I know, I probably have a general idea of what the conversations are upstairs. And they are probably very valid. Who put you up, and what transpired to get the veto. Just know, and I'm looking at you and you are telling me don't do it and the crowd is looking at me like, keep going, and they had that fire in their eyes, who is the guilty one, is it fair to place blame? It's like the Roman coliseum, those people screaming for blood are just as guilty.
Geo: which one is going to take the biggest whack (laughs). I always say I was made for The Price is Right (laughts) I wasn't cut out for this.
This followed by a LENGTHY laughing session about (1) farts, and (2) the way that everyone was saying George is going to win the whole thing when really he didn't have any idea what he was doing.