Well that was definitely unlike anything we've ever seen on the show. I'm not even sure where to begin, so I guess I'll just start with the first hour: Kellee messed up big time! I can understand being hesitant to play the idol if she only had one of them, but she had TWO of them! You never know what's going to happen after the merge as people scramble to find their place in the new tribe. Because of this, it's the most dangerous and unpredictable point in the game. Whether she thought she was safe or not, she should have played the idol anyway just as a safety net until she could officially see how things shook out after the vote. I was also kind of surprised that Dean didn't didn't give her a heads up that the vote was coming her way. It pretty much completely negated her big move from the previous episode. The second hour I'm still trying to process. My gut reaction is that I feel horrible for Janet, kind of bad for Dan, and extremely disappointed in the girls who used the situation as a strategic weapon. That being said, I'm sure the lines between the game and reality become very blurred out there. We're talking about a game where lying and backstabbing are the norm, so it's easy to understand why they may have failed to grasp the bigger picture at the time. What sucks is that both Missy and Elizabeth were players that I was rooting for this season. After this whole debacle, that is obviously no longer the case.