Tribal Council. Sophie opens things up by saying how amazing it feels to have immunity. Ozzy talks about how he keeps rethinking how close he was to winning (not that close) but he couldn't get the puzzle piece in. I love how he can't admit that Sophie BEAT him. No, he had a mental lapse, or drew a blank. It couldn't possibly just be that she was better. Shut up, Ozzy. Although, from a strategic standpoint, if Ozzy is still hoping Coach will force a tie, Ozzy wants to emphasize that he deserved to be in the finals and it was a fluke that kept him out. Coach knows how Ozzy feels, and he thinks Ozzy is very deserving. Ozzy says that he and Coach talked many times about sitting in the final two together. Does Ozzy know that three people go to the finals these days? It is hilarious to me that Ozzy is just dismissing Sophie as a competitor. Oh, the irony. Anyway, Ozzy brings up the fact that Coach could force a tie. Coach says that he has wanted to play with honor, and he thinks Albert and Sophie are strong, but he also admires that Ozzy came back into the game in a nearly impossible manner. Again, not that impressive to me; he beat people who had just been voted out because they were weak, mostly. If it were so tough to go on a Redemption Island run, then why did it happen two years in a row? Matt didn't make the finals, but he did go on a run. Anyway, Albert admits that he would probably lose to Ozzy in a fire-making challenge, and he hopes that Coach will stick to his word. Or at least one of his words, since he's given his word to conflicting people.
Time to vote! Albert and Sophie vote for Ozzy. Ozzy votes for Albert. So who did Coach vote for? Ozzy. And he's gone. But not before the jury applauds him as his torch is snuffed, so they all made the right decision in getting rid of Ozzy, because the jury was clearly on his side.
Coach, Albert, and Sophie return to camp after Tribal Council on Night 38. They share a group hug as Coach interviews that he did have a dilemma at the vote, but it really wasn't a dilemma because he knew Ozzy had to go. Coach is so relieved to make it to the finals that he can't even be bothered to make up a good quote and just babbles something about Shakespeare and dreaming and never waking up. And then they go to sleep.
Te Tuna. Day 39. They get their final three breakfast, including champagne. After they eat, Albert goes for a walk and Coach and Sophie discuss how to handle him in front of the jury. They agree that Albert's gameplay has been a bit squirrelly and they hope the jury sees that, and that Albert is made to own up to it. Sophie interviews that she doesn't want to have another emotional breakdown in front of the jury, because she doesn't think that's befitting of someone who made it to the finals, and she hopes to make logical arguments. Depending on the jury, that could work or totally backfire. Some juries seem to want apologies, and some want cold, hard facts. I'm not sure which will work with this jury, but we shall see.