I was not convinced though that they were really that smart. Ham in particular was so broken up by the loss of Rachel and his being booted from college, but he never seemed to get that his intent was to cheat, and he was guilty. He focused on being betrayed rather than on his trying to cut corners to get what he wanted. It seemd very real and human, but toubling too. Part of me is glad they were so low on the food chain -- after all who isn't tired of Princes out of Pig Farmers, but I wasn't really happy with the slacker ethos they projected. Yeah they were supposed to be rebels, and non-conformists, but they were also losers, and they weren't really willing to do anything to make it better other than bitch and take pot shots at others.