Peachy reminds the jury that the voting is different: tonight they're voting for the winner. He reiterates, "So, Matthew and Jenna, you want your name written down tonight."
Butch congratulates both Jenna and Matthew and is proud to have known them. As he votes for Matt, he appreciates his honesty in admitting that he lied and deceived. It meant a lot to him. He says, "Matthew, you are the true Survivor of Survivor 6."
Alex grins in the voting booth, and Deena stares down the camera. We don't see their picks.
HeiDDi tosses her hair back and whispers that she's voting for Jenna because she adores and loves her, and because Jenna played the game hard. She says "more importantly," Jenna was the only one HeiDDi could trust and respect under the most adverse circumstances. She wraps it up, "Good luck, girl."
Christy removes the pen lid and prolongedly winces at the camera. We don't see her vote.
We don't see Davey Rockett's either, but we do see him try to sneak a peek inside the voting urn.
Rob votes for a person who showed the will and determination to make it to the final two. He says he'll give credit where is due: there are only two players in this entire game that he didn't vote off. Huh? Is he patting himself on the back?
So the voting is done, and although Peachy would "love to read these votes right now," he'd rather hop on a jetski and zip on over to Manhattan, where they votes will be revealed. Jenna covers her face as if it's a surprise, while Matthew looks uncomfortable. Peachy self-importantly heads down the Tribal Council steps, and hops onto said Skidoo. He zooms it around in a circle, his Old Navy cargo pants billowing in the wind. We see a last shot of the Tribal Council, and the nervous Jenna and Matthew.
Clouds roll, and suddenly Peachy is racing his jetski through an open ocean and past a huge red steamer ship. He zooms up to the Manhattan skyline and crosses under a bridge as the audience -- who are presumably watching this on a screen -- cheers. Yay! Peachy can ride a jetski! Patriotic music plays as he jetskis right up to the Statue of Liberty, which he surprisingly does not salute. He then zips his jetski around and continues on his way to the dock, executing a fancy jump in the process. More skyline footage. Racing cars. Day turns to night. Peachy -- rolling up his sleeve and clutching the urn -- arrives at a subway station while the audience laughs and cheers. He slips onto a train at the last minute, looking very haggard. Subway lighting doesn't do anyone any favors. A woman in a purple beret stares at him and his urn. As he gets off the train and comes up the steps, it starts raining, and there are droplets on the camera lens. He arrives at the Late Show with David Letterman theater, and the crowd is on their feet to his arrival.