I don't know what you two were smoking but I wish I had some this season so I could have enjoyed it as much as you did!
In the beginning, Colton and Alicia's nastiness made me very uncomfortable. Plus, I didn't understand why everyone was sitting back and letting them call the shots. Everyone seemed intimidated by Colton possibly using the idol but the way I saw it, he could only use it once. If they blind-sided him, he might go out without playing the idol. Or worse case scenario, if he saved himself one week, they could get him out the following week.
After Colton left and the guys were being sent home one by one, I kept hoping some of them would wise up and fight back but none of them except Troyzan did.
The main thing I really disliked about this season was that I felt that most of the contestants weren't playing to win! They seemed content to be played as pawns and sent home when their usefulness was gone. When the prize is one million dollars, I want to see people kicking, scratching, crawling, deceiving, manipulating, and pulling out all the stops to win, not just rolling over and playing dead. The game is about survival, not surrender.
I'm at least happy about the outcome. Since Kim put the most effort into the game, she deserved to win. I would have been ticked if a coat-tail rider had won.