Peachy struts up onto the stage as the camera scans the hooting crowd. A graphic reads "Jenna's family," but they're just showing us Peachy. Probably, Jenna's family members have gone into the witness protection program. And there's Richard Hatch!
Peachy wants to "get to it." He "hello"s them like Newman from Seinfeld, and points out that the jury is looking good. It's been a great season, but it's time to ruin it. Actually, he says it's time to close it, but that it's the same thing in this case. He credits Rob for saying it best: the season started as a battle of the sexes and it's only fitting for it to end the same way. It was a long thirty-nine days, but you don't get to the final two without doing something right. Or terribly wrong, in the cases of many. Jenna looks like Miss Parker from The Pretender. (In real life, her name is Andrea Parker. I just looked it up.) Matthew, meanwhile, looks...well, spiky.
Before he reads the votes, though, Peachy wants to do something different: he wants to check in and see how confident the S2 feel. He asks Matthew, of the seven jury members, how many people's votes he expects to receive. Spiky Mathew thinks he'll have two votes for him and five against, which he says is "not very optimistic." As we'll all find out momentarily, it turns out to be overoptimistic, if anything. The audience laughs and then trails into booing while Jenna shakes her head. Matthew further says that Butch and Christy probably voted for him, while Rob is the wild card. Jenna hopes that Alex and HeiDDi voted for her, but thinks the most votes went to Matt. Peachy says that they're being "humble," while they hug each other, laugh, and look disturbingly snuggly.
Peachy announces that he'll read the votes and -- again -- they want to see their names. In addition to a Saturn Ion (one of which Matthew already won), they also get "bragging rights" and "a little thing about the million dollars that comes with it." I'm not sure Jenna needs any more "bragging rights."