The S4 look pensive as Jenna voice-overs that neither Butch nor Rob wants to vote for Matt, so she's faced with the opportunity to vote off Butch (whom she doesn't think deserves to be there) or Rob (in revenge for his earlier betrayal).
The S4 arrive at Tribal Council while the Amazonian soundtrack singers grunt, "Hey! Hey! Hey!" The jury comes in, including Christy, who looks very pretty and natural. HeiDDi? Not so much.
Peachy announces that they've now reached thirty-seven days, and asks how Butch feels. Butch responds that it's a wonderful feeling, and that he's accomplished more than he ever dreamed he would. Peachy asks how he got this far, and Butch answers, "I didn't make a lotta loud and noisy comments and didn't cut anybody down. I was very positive with everybody." He always looks for the good in other people, and he tried to "utilize that" throughout the game.
Matthew announces that he had a "very multi-faceted strategy based on honesty and versatility" toward the perplexed members of the jury and remaining competitors. He says he "tried" to be smart and intelligent, but those two traits aren't really a matter of "trying," are they? You kind of are or you aren't. He also tried to maintain his honesty and integrity throughout the game so that the others would trust him. Throughout Matt's speech, someone in editing has gone a little crazy with the "Sounds of the Jungle" CD, and has inserted whip cracking sounds in the background.
Peachy, disbelief in his voice, asks, "Rob, how did you end up in this final four?" Rob responds that he's been asking himself that question all day. He says he's been very fortunate, before launching into a bizarre metaphor involving about zigging when he needed to zig and zagging when he needed to zag. He restates the luck factor, but also credits himself with taking a lot of successful risks.
Peachy announces that there were many times throughout the game when he thought Jenna was going to "try to engineer a quit." He points out that not only is she in the final four now, but that she's there with immunity. Jenna goes on about her "high highs" and her "low lows," saying that there were many times she wanted to quit, but that she would have kicked herself if she gave up. She insists that she's never needed immunity more than she did today, and Rob raises his eyebrows and emphatically nods his head.