I'll Show You Mine, If You Don't Show Me Yours....Again.
Peachy now reveals that Vee came forward and apologized to Sean for voting against Rob. She says John approached her six days into the tribal switch-up and wanted her to join in their group, so she agreed. She was planning on going along with them to the final five. Oooh, that sneaky, sneaky Vee. Sean is too loyal, and appears to accept her apology. He just wishes she'd have "trusted a brother a little more." Vee contritely says, "I've done wrong with you," and "straight up" apologizes. With Vee back on board, the new grouping of Kathy, Sean, Vee, Neleh, and Paschal hatches a plan to rid Soliantu of John, while Neleh repeatedly pats herself on the back for being "totally honest." Sean tells us that they are now all convinced that the "four horsemen" have an alliance. And I'm convinced that they have an alliance, as well, but not that they need to be called the "four horsemen."
So in the eighth Tribal Council, John gets voted out, and the alliance is broken. Sadly, this "special" does not include his tearful final words, although it does include his salute to Peachy. Peachy explains that John will return as a member of the jury, and promises that over the next fifteen days the Soliantu tribe will "experience the culture and the game in ways unlike any survivors before them." Pictures of the S8 faces, including a pig-tailed Vee, and a pilgrim-costumed Paschal, take us to break.
You can wear your Survivor buff "anywhere and everywhere!" but why in the world would you? And if you do, please send me an email. Or don't; please don't send me an email.
Next time on Survivor, it's a whole "new era" at Soliantu. Zoe's a bitch, but not a tease. She's not a goddess on her knees. But when she hurts and when she suffers, she's an angel undercover. Or something like that, anyway.
As the credits role, we get our very last clip. Sean wants Vee to hand him the "radio" which is really a coconut. They then sing what is evidently the show's jingle, "It's the wake-up show! It's the wake-up show! It's the wake-up show! Huh!"
And now, my friends: it's the end-of-the-show! It's the end-of-the-show! It's the end-of-the-show! Huh!