Jeff reads the votes. Darrah gets three to Lill's one. Snuff! Jeff refers to Darrah as "the biggest physical threat." Heh. He sends them back to camp. In her final words, Darrah says, "That suuuucked." Heh. She refers to herself as "about sixty pounds soaking wet," and I certainly hope that's not true. She also calls Lill and Jon "snakes," and lashes out at Lill for acting like she doesn't know how to play the game. "It's been a great experience and ah would do it all over again," Darrah says.
When we return from commercial, the final three talk about their sense that Darrah didn't know she was the one who was going. Sandra interviews that it just wasn't possible for them to keep Darrah around with her winning all those immunity challenges. Lill wants to know if she was a target, and Jon's response is, "According to D, you were." Lill says that she doesn't feel so bad, then. She interviews that Darrah was apparently trying to get rid of her, so she thinks it's better that things worked out the way they did. It's shocking that she wound up feeling like it was just as well she didn't get voted off, isn't it? Thunder and lightning crash.
Sandra -- obviously tipped off by some helpful member of Elves and Sprites Local 516 in the employ of Mark Burnett Productions -- goes in the middle of the night to pick up seamail. Back at the shelter, she fills Jon and Lill in on it. The bad poem of the day says that they have to go over to Shipwreck Bay and be there by sunrise. None of them is thrilled that they have to get up and go that early. Sandra describes the immunity challenge as "very important." Smart lady.
The next morning, in the rain, the castaways make their way up onto the beach, where Jeff is waiting for them. He welcomes them and talks about how they've been living in Pirate World for a month now, so that won't be ending until the very life has been choked out of this theme forever and you never want to see another pirate, even if he looks like Johnny Depp. Or words to that effect. He says that the final three will be giving tribute -- whether they want to or not, which is the most heartfelt kind of tribute, after all -- to their former tribemates. They'll put torches representing their "fallen comrades" around a shipwreck set, and then they'll say a few words of mourning. Because all the ex-contestants are dead now, as you know. And then, they'll set the ship on fire by shooting it with flare guns. Osten will not be remembered, however, because he's worse than dead -- he's a quitter. ["It was at this point that I went downstairs to Starbucks to get a nanaimo bar, trusting that I would be missing nothing." -- Wing Chun]