Some VERY interesting things:
Q: Do you think because of your closeness with Jeanne, that she will find it hard staying on the show without your friendship and support?
A: Jeanne is pretty resilient and I think sheíll do what it takes to hold her own as long as possible.
I take this as Jeanne joins her at LL.
Q: Rogerís name keeps getting thrown out there for the men when it comes to Tribal Council voting. Were the women able to see or sense that at challenges or anything?
A: The only think I can say is that during the reward challenge for the hygiene products Roger became very offended at the way I held the item over his head. Thatís all I can really say about him.
Hmmn...is this a declaration of time spent at LL with good ol' Rog?
Q: JoAnna, who worked the least in camp?
A: Shawna probably worked the least in our camp. Perhaps because of her dehydration and weakness.
This doesn't bode well for a Shawna boot in the next few episodes.
BUT....then she says this
Q: JoAnna, of all the women in camp who would you have chosen for a solid alliance?
A: I would have chosen Jeanne and Janet, Christy and Shawna.
Her anger towards Rob also means he is jury bound (but we knew this already)
Q: Joanna, why did you apply for the show if have such an issue with the immunity idol?
A: I'm not a fan of the show and I felt that the show gave the leverage to choose whether or not to touch the immunity idol or not. I didn't think the prerequisite to being on the show was that you had to touch the immunity idol.
This woman is NUTS
Also a bunch about Christy
Q: JoAnna, how did you feel when Christy stated that as a "vessel of Christ" you should have been nicer? Do you feel as if you were portrayed poorly?
A: I can say that it was amazing to me that Christy had no respect for my Christianity and my wanting not to touch the idol, but she wanted me to be this loyal Christian when it came to putting her in her place. In that particular segment, I feel that I was portrayed poorly, because if you look, there's a glimpse of me in a bathing suit and then on talking to Christy I have on a rain jacket, and the reason for that is because I only confronted Christy after she'd been in my face three other times asking me to step down as a leader, telling me that I was stupid for not liking the idol and that I was the main reason people weren't liking her. Because those things weren't portrayed, it seems like I was aggressive towards Christy and she wasn't aggressive towards me. An indication was that she did not vote against me, I voted against her. She was a complete antagonist against me at that point in time.
Q: JoAnna, was Christy's deafness a liability or an asset for your tribe?
A: Christy's deafness was not a liability, but it wasn't an asset either. However, her hostility and her perception that people were weeding her out because of that became a liability. Her assumption that she was being isolated because of her deafness became a liability early. However, after she and I had our confrontation, I expressed that she should probably not feel that way and her entire attitude changed.
Q: Did you and Christy make up after the incident and finally get along?
A: Yes, Christy completely changed her perception of how she thought people in the tribe viewed her. She dismissed her disability and embraced her ability to function in the Amazon and represent well which she did.