"Russell, Russell, Russell, Russell -- stop!" Probst finally says. But then he gives him another "ten seconds" to speak to tell him what he thinks the flaw in this game is. Li'l Russell thinks America should have a percentage of the final vote for the winner. Yeah, that's a terrible idea. Every season without fail, America gives that stupid fan favorite award to the least deserving person. Also, America only sees 43 minutes a week of these people and what the editors choose to show us. And that's not always how things actually happened. If it was, then no one on this show would even exist except Li'l Russell. But the audience goes crazy for this because Li'l Russell said "America" or something. Sandra says Li'l Russell still wouldn't win that way because the only people in the world who like him are his five friends and family members sitting in the front row. Probst tries to calm things down and says that Survivor is "very clearly defined" as, basically, a social experiment between the contestants and who they choose to win at the end. "A game in which you include America, that's a different game," he says. Good. Li'l Russell can go play that game, and then I won't recap it and everyone is happy.
Probst asks Sandra what the "key move" in her victory was. Sandra says she had a "ton" of moves, as she is and always was a fan of the show before she ever got on it, so she watched and studied every season to form her own strategy.