Time to vote! We see Jonathan's vote for Brad -- "Obviously this is nothing personal," -- which is an it's-you-or-me-tonight vote. Brad votes for...Thomas Jefferson? Seriously, the last time I saw a name written in that teeny script with such a long trail after it, it was on the Declaration of Independence. Maybe it's the quill pen off to the side that's giving that impression. Brad's vote is actually for Jonathan, a "good leader and a good father," who's coming to Raro too late in the game. We don't see anyone else's vote, which means we've got a 7-to-1 vote against someone coming up. One vote for teeny-scripted Jonathan. One for Brad. The third (and likely deciding) vote? "Brad." Two more Brad votes and it's official. "The ninth person voted out and first member of our jury: Brad." Brad looks around kind of stunned, and the rest of the tribe is alternately wide-eyed and smirky, which I'll chalk up to "first member of our jury" rather than "Jenny's such a bitch!" I'll forgive you if you see it the other way around.
Jeff solemns his way through Brad's torch-snuffing before addressing the issue at hand: the first member of our jury is in place with eleven Survivors remaining. And by "address," I mean "smirkily avoid." All he says is "this game if full of surprises." So speculation abounds. The historical two-finalist format would, in this case, result in a ten-person jury, which won't work. So...three-person final Tribal Council? A challenge where the winner gets to eliminate a jury member of their choosing? An (uch) America's Choice tiebreaker vote? Lord knows America's chosen so well for this show in the past.
Next week: Jenny's boys are falling into Candice's clutches. And a message in a bottle. Hopefully one that doesn't suck.