Peachy announces that they've made it past the tough point and found their balance. We close up on Jenna's shaking ankles, and both feet hanging almost entirely over the perch's edge. She has very bendy toes. Rob appears to be doing fairly well, and Jenna sneaks sideways glances in his direction as the music swells, so we know someone's falling off soon. I just noticed that Jenna has a thick floral wreath around her ankle -- that can't help much in this challenge. Peachy credits them for making an "impressive showing" to the jury, who look more bored and angry than anything else. Now Rob appears to be worsening, and while Jenna continues to eye him, his head and arms very slowly fall forward, until the beaded string pulls him over and off the perch.
Peachy tells Jenna to step down before sternly announcing that she now has the most important immunity. The men congratulate Jenna, who looks happy, but not as happy as I'd expect her to look. Peachy announces, "Jenna, this is a ceremony!" and huh? As he puts the necklace around her neck, he points out that she has a lot of decorations on, but none more valuable than the immunity necklace. She refrains from talking about the irreplaceable value of her "pledge crown."
Peachy announces that Jenna must be feeling good as the holder of immunity and "in the driver's seat," and she surprisingly manages not to gloat. He then claims that Rob hung in there, and Rob responds that he doesn't feel like he's in "a great position," but that he did the best he could, and can't do anything else at this point. He obligatorily rushes through saying that Jenna did a great job.
Peachy eagerly points out that Matthew was the first person eliminated, and quickly so. Is he worried that Jenna might say he doesn't deserve to be in the final round because of his poor showing? Matthew also did his best, but exhaustion affected his performance. He says that Jenna did an exceptional job in winning the challenge, and that she'll make the right decision because "it's her decision to make."
Peachy asks what Jenna will base her decision on, and she earnestly responds that she's looking for someone who earned it, but also for a good competition. Peachy starts to question her: "So you don't wanna --" and she cuts him off to respond emphatically, "I don't want someone I can beat." He confirms that she's not looking for the "easy mark," and Jenna insists that "winning is beating your best competition," and that she meant it when she said it during a previous Tribal Council. Peachy points out that the difference between a million dollars and $100,000 rides on this decision, and Jenna's only answer is that she played the game well, and that good competition never hurts.