With that, it's time to go. J.T. puts on his jeans and cowboy boots, while Stephen puts his dress pants on and we can all see that the butt has been ripped out of them. Of course. J.T. interviews that he's ready to put his friendship with Stephen aside tonight in order to win. J.T. and Stephen get some distance from the camp and stop and turn around, and I was expecting it to explode or something, but I guess they decided not to destroy camp this season. With that, J.T. sticks his hand out for Stephen to grab but Stephen is too awkward and just sticks his hand out, too. Hee. Stephen interviews that he's ready to fight for the win and state his case and not roll over and let J.T. take the million. Stop trying to make this sound suspenseful or exciting, Stephen.
The Final Two arrive at the Final Tribal Council. The jury enters, and I see that Douche has made sure to wear a suit jacket because he'll be voting tonight. He has not, apparently, managed to find any stupid feathers to stick in his hair. And Erinn looks great all cleaned up, as they almost always do except for Debbie because she wears too much makeup. Probst congratulates Stephen and J.T. for making it this far and Stephen gives his opening statement. He says it's hard to speak against J.T. after J.T. picked him to be in the Final Two and they've "been through so much together." He says he and J.T. "shared a brain when it came to strategy." What? Really? Because I saw Stephen making most of the moves behind the scenes and J.T. being his strong social front man. And that's kind of all Stephen has in his favor, that he was the brains of the team. Instead of talking about that, though, he says that he grew more in this game and was more out of his element in the beginning and had a lot more to overcome than J.T. He's become a better, stronger person, thanks in part to everyone on the jury. Suck up.