Rob would like to hear why Matthew and Jenna think the person next to them doesn't deserve to be there. He claims that their answers will determine his vote. He delivers his question as if he's pondering the meaning of life. Matthew rides the "workhorse" platform again as he says that Jenna didn't work as hard as the rest of the group did to contribute at camp. He never saw Jenna collect or boil water, gather wood, or help with the shelter. Also, there were times when Jenna expressed a desire to give up; Matthew felt like that was "really inappropriate," and it affected his feelings toward her. For some reason, Rob looks skeptical. Jenna doesn't think Matt played the game from the beginning, and instead "took the opportunity to tag along at the end of an alliance." Rob emphatically shakes his head in agreement. Huh? Jenna adds that Matthew doesn't need the money, doesn't care about the people, and she doesn't feel like it's a big deal for him; instead, it's "just another adventure on his list of things to do."
Alex struts up to Matthew and Jenna, announcing that the jury has "sat around" and listened to them at Tribal Council. He never wants to hear the words "honesty" and "integrity" again; those words have lost all meaning for him. He asks each of them to tell him their biggest regret in the game. Jenna most regrets putting too much trust in untrustworthy people. She says, "Why would somebody be honest to me all the time, when they have a chance to be dishonest and win a million dollars?" She calls that one of her faults, but isn't that really just faulting other people? Matthew most regrets his naïveté at the beginning of the game, and his initial decision to support Ryan, his alliance and voting strategy, which, he claims, started the process of people regarding him as a threat. It resulted in two weeks of "near depression" for him. I wonder what getting one vote in the final Tribal Council will result in?
HeiDDi needs help climbing down from her place on the jury bleachers. She congratulates Matt and Jenna and says, "I understand that the two of you are trying to outdo each other here," but since she's part of the jury and is "deciding [their] fate," she'd like to know if there's a person on the jury who is more deserving. If they don't feel that way, it's fine, in which case they should explain why they themselves are more deserving. As a steely-faced Rob looks on, Matthew says he deserves his seat. He was an amazing strategist, and Matthew's in debt to him forever because without Rob and "without his...I would even call it tutelage," there's no way he'd be there today. If he'd won the previous immunity, Rob would be next to him, and Rob deserves it more than Jenna. Jenna says that, "unfortunately," she'll have to echo Matthew and go with Rob. She says that when it game down to "strategical gameplay and just general wealth of knowledge of the game, Rob has all that encompassed into one." In a hysterical moment, HeiDDi twitches and says, "I mean, just, I think that -- is that the only person?" Rob covers his face and looks away as a near-laughing Peachy says, "I think they covered it. Yeah." HeiDDi fidgets some more, and agrees.