show ip eigrp topology vs all links

In video 31 for eigrp traffic engineering, Brian does a #sh ip eigrp topology 150.1.6.6/32 command at 9mins in. There were 3 possible routes, however the 3rd route had a reported distance that was equal to the current feasible distance to the destination. I don't understand why this 3rd route made it to the topology table WITHOUT the keyword "all-links" in the show output. My understanding was that the show ip eigrp topology would show sucessors and feasible successors, but in Brians output the 3rd route was not feaisble, yet it was in the topology table.

The only thing I can think of for why it appears in the output is because a specific route was used in the show command, rather than just doing a generic #show ip eigrp topology. But I want to check with you guys.

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