Probst says it sounds like J.T. has to choose between loyalty and easy money. J.T. says he has to figure out what's more important to him, and he knows that he'd stand a better chance of winning against Erinn. Probst asks why J.T. would bring Stephen to the Final Two. J.T. says picking Stephen would mean he stuck to his word (for like the first time in this game) and that he was bringing "the best to the end," which Douche loves hearing, of course. Probst doesn't think this explanation is good enough. J.T. says he also has to think about if Stephen would have taken J.T. if he had won immunity. He doesn't know. Stephen asks if he can say something. Probst says sure, and we all brace ourselves for some kind of revelation or something to make this more interesting. But no. Stephen's big point is that he and J.T. have been talking about the Final Two breakfast since the beginning of the game. That's it. The jury is not amused. Probst gets his sarcasm on, saying that a million dollars or "breakfast with your thirty-nine-day friend" is a tough choice indeed. Stephen says there is more to a relationship than a million dollars. Prost asks if Stephen is saying that their friendship would be over if J.T. picked Erinn. Stephen says they'd still be friends but it wouldn't be the same, because J.T. promised him things. Stephen says that he's also made promises that he's broken, at which point Debbie points to Taj, but he hopes that the serious promises that J.T. made to God to be loyal to his ally will hold up in the end. Probst turns to Erinn and says that she doesn't really have to say anything, since Stephen is talking himself out of the Final Two. Perhaps he's faking all this nervousness and stammering to make J.T. think he'll suck in front of the jury? Erinn agrees with Probst, and Stephen says he's nervous, just like everyone except J.T. is. J.T. says he's pretty nervous, too.
Probst asks J.T. to make a case for taking Erinn. Once again, J.T. says that he's more likely to beat her than Stephen. And then it's time to vote. J.T. casts his vote. Probst fetches it and ... it's for Erinn! I guess J.T. figured that no matter who he took with him to the end, he'd win, so he might as well appear honorable doing it. Douche, of course, believes that J.T. is upholding the game-changing standards Douche laid down at the beginning of the game, and celebrates J.T.'s decision on the jury bench. Taj doesn't look very pleased, probably because she doesn't understand why J.T. could turn his back on her and not Stephen. Stephen just looks shocked. Probst extinguishes Erinn's torch and she's gone. Probst says the game is now in the hands of the jury and kicks J.T. and Stephen out. As soon as he's allowed to stand up, Stephen gives J.T. a big, grateful hug.