The final three return to camp and talk about how hard it was to vote out Malcolm. Denise notes that he's really mad, and then interviews that she feels bad for Malcolm but she did outwit him and went one step past him, and that's the game. Skupin interviews that Malcolm congratulated Denise for winning as he left, and Skupin will have a lot to say about that tomorrow. Denise tells the others that she doesn't think she's got it in the bag. Skupin interviews that he thinks that the person who pleads his or her case the best will win. Skupin clearly knows nothing about juries on this show.
The next morning, the finalists hike up to the cliff and watch the sunrise. Denise interviews that she is thriving out there and she thinks she has a good chance to win the million. Lisa tells the others that she never anticipated that she'd make such deep connections and have such a life-changing experience, and Skupin promises that they'll never forget it.
They go check treemail and find a feast and champagne to celebrate making it to the end. Skupin interviews that he's watched every season and always wondered if he could make it to the end, since he didn't get the chance last time. Lisa tells the others that she feels really good about this final three, and they all agree that there's no runaway winner (knowing the outcome, ha!) and any one of them could win. Lisa interviews that you might think that, having been on television before, she might know what it would be like to be on the show, but it has been completely different and nothing like what she expected. She's really grateful to have this chance. They burn their shelter and head off to face the jury.
Well that was a feel-good final day, so this will probably be a feel-good jury, right? Ha ha ha. The jury members enter and take seats. Abi looks amazing and Malcolm looks really good clean-shaven. Probst welcomes them and congratulates them for making it to the end, and reminds them that now they face an eight-person jury, who will decide who wins.