Probst thinks it's been "an eye-opening tribal" and Sophie says it really hasn't. And it really hasn't. What have we learned? Cochran is entitled, Coach and Albert buy into it, Edna's useless and Brandon's crazy. I think we knew all of that before. Cochran admits that he's frustrated because he might be voted out in a worse position than if he had just stuck with his original tribe. Everyone on the jury nods, like, DUH! Cochran also thinks he's a Survivor expert. Look, if he were being voted off because people thought he was a strategic threat, I would buy that. But he's being voted off because his strategy was terrible, which is a different animal entirely. He needs to stop thinking of himself as an expert at this game. Boston Rob? Sandra? Experts. Cochran? Amateur.
They vote. Probst tallies. Edna and Cochran vote for Rick and everyone else votes for Cochran, so he's headed to Redemption Island to hang out with his buddy Ozzy. If he can find the stairs, which takes him a minute, because he's a buffoon. Probst tells everyone that there was a lot of information revealed, even though Sophie told him that there really wasn't. I love how Probst is insisting on his own narrative, despite evidence to the contrary. Anyway, Edna will be next unless she wins...ha ha ha I can't even finish that sentence.