More serious faces take us to Peachy's vote. The urn is very modern and art deco-ish. And actually, I know very little about periods of art, so please don't write me hordes of correcting emails telling me the urn is actually of the late shmancified period of the lower blafragletty region of mybigfatass. Because I don't care. Just know that every room of the entire inside of my in-laws' home looks exactly like it. In any case, the first vote is for Grindia, followed by a vote for Clay. Peachy feels the need to clarify at this point -- for those of us with very short attention spans -- that it's "one vote for Ghandia; one vote for Clay." A second vote for Clay follows a second vote for Grindia. This is followed by yet another detailing of the voting breakdown by Just Peachy. The third vote is Clay's. Peachy pauses and says that, for the first time ever, he has no idea whom the vote is for. He asks who wrote it; Clay owns up by pointing at Grindia and saying, "Denver. Uh. Diva." Peachy scolds, "Enough with the nicknames!" and tells Clay to write a name in the future. Clay is suitably contrite. And so we're down to the last vote, which is for Grindia. She handles it gracefully and tells the others to "stay strong" as her torch is extinguished. She then runs down the steps away from Tribal Council far faster than she moved in any of the challenges. Brian tries not to smirk, but isn't very successful. Peachy tells Chuay Gahn that although they looked like a united tribe, there was clearly a division. He says, "Maybe tonight's vote will help solve some of that problem." I can't speak for Chuay Gahn, but it will definitely help solve some of mine.
Next week on Survivor, Robb gets abruptly sucked underwater. Chuay Gahn doesn't know what they'll do after experiencing a "big loss," which may or may not refer to the loss of Grindia. Peachy makes the tribes an offer, and Shii Devil giggles.
As the credits roll, we already know how everyone voted. Grindia admits to having made a big mistake by playing both sides against each other because of an event she should have let go. She says, "But unfortunately, the evil Ghandia came to rue [sic] her ugly head, and the good Ghandia just couldn't stop her." Because as we all know by now, people don't just do Ghandia. She does herself. Because that's how Ghandia do.