So who did Kim vote for? Probst tallies the vote and then no one plays a hidden Immunity Idol. As we already knew, there are two votes for Chelsea and two for Alicia. Kat whispers that Chelsea is leaving. I thought the jury wasn't allowed to talk. And the fourteenth person voted out is... Alicia. I was gobsmacked. I really, really thought Kim was going to follow the traditional Survivor playbook and take someone she knew she could beat and stick with Alicia and Christina. Kat whispers that Kim backstabbed her and Alicia. Ooh, Kat is going to be a bitter juror. In Alicia's exit interview, she says that she's not bitter and she's impressed by how well Kim fooled her. She's not so impressed with Christina, who is only there because Alicia convinced everyone to keep her. Seriously. I don't like Alicia, but I think I like Christina even less. I admire someone who has strong opinions -- even if I disagree with them -- over someone who has no opinions or agency.
The final four return to camp. Kim apologizes for lying to Christina for a long time. Christina interviews that she thought she was going to the finals and Kim did a great job playing her. Kim says that Christina is resilient and Christina says it's totally okay that they screwed her over. No big deal, guys! Step all over me! I'm a doormat! Christina interviews that people don't think she deserves to be here and... then she has no argument against that because she's so lame.
Kim and Chelsea whisper that if Christina wins immunity, she will cry. Chelsea interviews that she was really worried about going home and she owes a huge debt to Kim. She adds that Christina is not well-spoken and it'll be a joke if she tries to explain her "strategy" to a jury. No doubt. So now Chelsea and Kim have to figure out if they're taking Sabrina or Christina. I mean, I would says that Christina is a no-brainer, but Kim has shown that she's not really down with taking the easy way out, so who knows?
The next morning, Christina gets treemail. She interviews that she knows she needs to win this challenge and in previous challenges, she has gone at "a mediocre pace." I don't think she knows what mediocre means, and I would argue that her game thus far has been sub-mediocre anyway. Kim tells Sabrina that she doesn't want Christina to go into the challenge thinking that it's do or die, because they're worried that she might pull it off by some miracle.