Finally, we move on. Jeff asks Parvati about going to the spa retreat, and whether it gave her a chance to bond with Ozzy and Yul, and she gets all giggly, implying this and that, which makes Adam chuckle, because it's the one kind of humor he actually gets. Parvati says that everyone got their sanity back. And then she makes her "odds were in my favor" comment about the hot tub again. Jeff asks Adam if he's worried that she got some face (and other things) time with Yul and Ozzy, which might elevate her above Adam in voting. Adam says he thinks he's already at the bottom. Jeff asks Adam why he thinks he's still in the game when he seems like such a threat "on paper." Adam says that he just hasn't produced. Jeff now asks Yul whether he's "concerned" (?) about the fact that Ozzy is helping the group as much as he's helping himself. Of course...so is Yul, courtesy of (1) finding the hidden idol and (2) having an actual strategy, but okay. We'll make Ozzy the savior. Yul is gracious, saying that they know Ozzy is helping them. He also says they get farther together than individually.
Time for voting. Ozzy votes. Sundra votes. Parvati votes for "Sondra," making a little sun around the letters "son." Count the problems there. It will take you a while. Adam votes. Becky votes. Yul votes for someone, saying, "You're a strong competitor. I definitely underestimated you, but I'm sorry I have to vote you out." Jeff goes to read the votes. First vote is for Sundra. Then Parvati. Parvati. Sundra. Parvati. And...Parvati. 'Night, toothy! She gives Adam a hug and a smooch. Snuff! Jeff points out that these five have lasted thirty-six days, and that there are only three days left. He sends them back to camp.
In her final words, Parvati says she only wishes she'd worked the hot tub harder. Harder than that? Good God. That would have to be on cable, I think. Oh, and she's learned how awesome she is. As they all do.
Sunday: oh, who the hell knows? There are five people left, so all bets are off.