Peter Pandit grins and votes for Tricia with the words, "You deserve to stay."
Sarah thinks that Peter Pandit is nice, but a couple of his actions have bothered her, so she votes for him.
Sean votes for Sarah because he doesn't think she's doing her share of the work; nevertheless, he loves her "like a play cousin." Whatever that means. And that's all we see of the voting.
Peachy gives his "once the votes are counted/ final decision/ you must leave immediately" spiel and starts counting. The first vote is for Peter Pandit, and the second vote is for Sarah with "Suzy Q" written underneath. There's Peter's vote for Tricia, and a second vote for Sarah before a string of Peters makes him the first casualty of the game. Peachy won't read the last vote because "we'll leave that a mystery," and then Peter Pandit holds his head -- and all his holes -- high as his torch gets snuffed. Peachy then dramatically sends the remaining members of Maraamu away from Tribal Council with instructions to "go back and build [their] world."
Next week on Survivor, Patricia takes charge at Maraamu, and Rotu shoots at little piggies. Kathy yells because she's not getting enough attention.
As the credits roll, we learn that Vecepia voted for Sarah, and that the remaining members of Maraamu who we didn't see vote were against Peter Pandit. Peter Pandit explains that he sometimes takes himself too seriously and he wishes he had "heeded his wife's advice" to sit back and have fun. He loves the other seven contestants -- as well as all seven of his holes -- dearly.