With that, it's time to vote. There's no way Sandy's going to survive this. We only see Carolina's vote for Sandy and Sandy's vote for Carolina, so it's a blow-out. By the way, Sandy awesomely wrote "sorry" on her vote for Carolina just like Carolina wrote on her first vote for Sandy. And she put it in quotation marks so it looks sarcastic. Love it!
Probst returns with the urn. He doesn't ask if anyone has an idol she'd like to play, so I guess Sandy didn't find it after all. Nice knowing you, Sandy. The first vote is Carolina's vote for Sandy. Then Sandy's vote for Carolina. And then ... a second vote for Carolina! Sandy can't believe it. Carolina is not pleased. Then there's a third vote for Carolina! Sandy looks all proud of herself, as if she somehow managed to win her tribe over after all and this isn't because Carolina is just that much more annoying than she is. Carolina gets a fourth vote, and she knows where this is going. She gets a fifth and final vote, and she's the first one out of the game. She must have been really, really, really annoying. But she takes her voting out well in her exit speech, so that's a point in her favor.
The tribe doesn't have much time to mourn Carolina before Probst gives them some flint and they're all thrilled and Carolina is forgotten. Kind of a boring first episode, but hopefully next week we'll see more of the other people playing this game and less of Sandy (I like her, but this isn't The Sandy Show) and nothing of Douche.
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