In his final speech, Hatch tries to sound casually amused by his booting, which I assure you he is not. Over the speech, it is revealed that Hatch got every vote but his own, meaning that Kathy apparently let Shii Ann and Jerri know that she intended to go along with the Hatch boot, and they went with the Hatch boot also, to look like they were going along. There's a major problem with that, though -- Colby saw the vote for him. He's going to know that's almost certainly Hatch's vote. And he's going to know that Hatch wouldn't have voted for him -- rather than the previously planned Ethan -- if other people hadn't given him reason to believe that they were going to vote out Colby. So Colby is going to know that there was a mutiny afoot within Mogo Mogo, even if it wasn't completed, and he's going to put it right at Jerri's feet. There's no question in my mind that that's true. So to my eye, what Jerri did wrong is that she should not have approached Hatch for the Colby boot until she was absolutely certain she had secured all the other votes she needed. Because by switching Hatch's vote, she gave up the plan to Colby, and if he's smart, he's going to be gunning for her and Shii Ann next -- not that he probably wouldn't have already, but still.
Next week: Shii Ann and Colby go at it. And Sue is not happy about the Hatch situation, even significantly after it's over. Veins are bulging in her neck, folks -- that's no put-on. Should really be something.