Nate: That's definitely something I was thinking about. I gotta be honest with you: It's still not an everyday thing. TVGuide.com: I know you've told a million people about this already, but let's talk about you and Jennylee. She'll always have a really special place in my heart. I figured she had enough other people in the house that she was at ends with, she didn't need me also berating her.
TVGuide.com: What are you going to do after you graduate? My particular program is in the geography department, and it's called "Human Society and Development." It's about immigration and resource management.
Nate: Actually, I got a scholarship to go to Cambridge University in the U. After that I'm going to be working for two years for Teach for America.
I'd always taken being my own person and going to the beat of my own drum seriously.
But I realized that dressing differently just for the sake of being different — maybe my priorities were mixed up a little bit.
Nate: Well, the show is about a transformation, and from the very beginning they described it as a social experiment rather than as a competition, even though there was that aspect of competing to it. How many times are people given a second chance to redeem themselves?
She was given a chance to apologize to everyone and to make it right.I think it's unfortunate that she didn't take advantage of that chance. TVGuide.com: Have you talked to Scooter and Megan about giving you a third of their prize?Nate: [Laughs] Scooter and I have spoken since the finale and we've exchanged congratulations.One thing led to another, and all of a sudden I was getting flown out to California.TVGuide.com: Was there something you felt that you needed to change about yourself? Nate: The main thing that happened for me was it made me reevaluate my priorities.For obvious reasons, Cecille wasn't really in the mood for interviews last week, so had the Stormtrooper with a heart of gold all to ourselves.