Parvati votes for Jerri. Jerri votes for Parvati. What's funny about their votes is despite the fact that they pretty much hated each other in the beginning of the season (or at least, Jerri hated Parvati. Parvati didn't seem to care about Jerri one way or the other, really), they're both friendly in their votes, with Parvati saying she's sorry, but it's either her or Jerri tonight, and Jerri saying she has "mad respect" for Parvati. We don't see who Li'l Russell votes for, but he says it's someone he's been loyal to "this entire game" but needs to put on the jury to win. Sounds like he's talking about Parvati, so it's probably Jerri. Probst returns with the urn. The first vote is for Parvati. Then Jerri. One more for Jerri, and then one for "Jerry" because Li'l Russell is almost as bad at spelling people's names as Sue "Souna" Hawk. I know Jerri's name has an unusual spelling, but if you're any kind of a fan of this show, you know it has an "i." Anyway, I'm not sure what Li'l Russell's rationale was in voting her off over Parvati or why he seemingly changed his mind from earlier. Maybe he thought his chances of winning were best if he was sitting next to two former winners? Jerri gives Li'l Russell a hug, saying "I can't wait to hear this story later." Probst snuffs her torch and she's gone. Probst says the Final Three have gone as far as they can in this game, which is now in the hands of the jury. Amanda reacts to this news with a slack jaw, as usual.
Jerri's good-bye speech begins with "CRAP!" Hee hee. She says she was so close and so sure she was going to make it to the end. She's thinking of voting for Li'l Russell for the million because he played an "amazing game" and his decisions "make sense -- except tonight!" The fact that she's planning on voting for him shows that his decision actually did make sense, and is one of the few times that he read a jury member accurately.
The Final Three return to camp. Parvati and Li'l Russell celebrate how far they've come in the game, while Sandra says she is ready to get the hell out of there and see her kids and dog. She interviews that although she's trying to focus on the game, she can't help think about her family, especially her husband in Afghanistan. And that, I think, is where you know she's won it. They're not going to remind us that she has a husband in Afghanistan, kids and a dog, and then give a million dollars to a fat little man who lied about his dog dying in Hurricane Katrina. Back at camp, Sandra decides to go to bed. Parvati and Li'l Russell are shocked to hear that she'll leave them alone together. Sandra says she no longer has to hang out with them in order to make sure they aren't talking about voting her out, which is most likely the only reason why she ever went near Li'l Russell in the first place. Sandra continues in her interview that it's hard being in Samoa instead of talking to her husband, but she has a "gut feeling" he's okay, and she has to focus on the game in order to get the million-dollar prize she came here for that will make her family's life easier. "This is how I hustle; this is how I make my money. I come and play Survivor. That's what I know how to do, that's what I'm best at. Coming out here, getting my money, going home. Simple as that."