They're OUR Douchebags
In the Season Two finale, George basically threw the competition in favor of his new buddy, Chris Reed, who'd eventually edge out competitive shooter Brian "Gunny" Zins for the title of Top Shot. I'm able to find something noble in George's gesture. As a young, single, handsome, buff warrior, George maintains the cachet of Kingmaker, enabling the stay-at-home father to score the $100k prize money, while writing his own legend in pop culture and the USAF. I foresee some lucrative commercial endorsements in this young man's after-service future.
As much as I've butted my own head against fellow shooters (recall my fall-out with Arizona ACTS a while ago), I remain a fan of what Douchebags do for our shooting sports. Arizona ACTS hasn't suffered without me and the drama produced by George and Ashley will probably ensure Top Shot Season Three does even better. I wish George and Ashley the best in their careers and AZ ACTS continued success.