Peachy sends the castaways off to vote, and even Talking Rudy Doll looks concerned, so either he's worried about the alliance or that's his natural expression. Gervase votes for Rich, winningly, because "everybody else will be cake." Talking Rudy Doll croaks, "Eliminatin' the big mouth," as he casts a vote for Jenna. Idiot Seanvant rambles on about how much he loves Jenna and how he doesn't think she'll be voted off; he must have been looking the other way when the foreshadowing crate spilled open to reveal Jenna's twins and a one-way ticket back to New Hampshire. Jenna votes for Rich and says, "Fish or not, he's getting irritable and I think he's ready to go home. Even though it is his birthday." She doesn't, however, moo as she says this; nor does she oink. Peachy comes back from rearranging the votes and begins: one for Rich; two for Jenna; two more for Rich; one for Sean; one more for Jenna; and finally, "J. For Jenna." Maybe this was done for the benefit of little Sabrina and Sadie watching at home, so they are aware the instant their mother gets the cold hard foot in the ass. As the vote is announced, Idiot Seanvant looks at someone sitting near him and makes the most amazing face like, "How could I have known," and I truly believed at this point that he was clueless to the plans of the alliance. Colleen is sobbing; you'd hardly know she voted for Jenna last week.
Next week on Survivor: Gervase becomes a daddy. Again. Kelly and Sue are "takin 'im down." But just who "'im" is, only Mark Burnett knows.
As the credits roll, Jenna tells us she had a great time on the island and that she feels she was targeted because of Sean's alphabet strategy. She says she has no hard feelings, but she appears kind of pissed off. We learn that Kelly cast the useless vote against Sean even though she could have been the deciding vote against Rich. She's dumb, but at least she's now officially "on her own."