Probst tries to take control back, but words escape him. "I gotta say, I'm ... I'm ... (sigh) ... god, NaOnka -- I think I'm speechless!" That is not going to win him another hosting Emmy. He finally finds the words to say that it's amazing to him that NaOnka can explode on everyone like this in Tribal after Tribal and still be here, and it tells him that she's going to be there in the end. Jud looks sick at the thought. I think NaOnka's thought process is starting to make sense to him now. NaOnka says if someone wants to bring her to the end because she's a bitch or she's embarrassing herself, then that's fine. As long as we all know that she's not putting on a show and this is who she really is. Yeah, so don't go getting any ideas that NaOnka is a brilliant strategist playing for an easy second place by acting like a nasty crazy person when she has no strategy and is simply nasty and crazy. "This is what I've been for 27 years," NaOnka says, adding that if other people don't like it, that's their problem. Well, except when those people divorce her and she has no family to support her because they apparently don't like the way she acts either. But I guess if NaOnka didn't learn any life lessons and become a better person from that, she certainly won't be using her Survivor experience to change, either.
With that, the contestants vote. Jane votes for "Martie," so either the misspelling of his name is intentional or Jane is worse than Sue Hawk when it comes to names. Despite Jane's earlier seemingly adult attitude towards Marty and their differences, she goes off on a ridiculous rant behind his back, calling him a "disgrace to every man who calls himself a father" and that she would never allow her children or grandchildren to play with his children. Wow, way to drag Marty's innocent family into this, Jane. Totally unnecessary. Marty's final words for Jane aren't much kinder, although he at least has the decency not to talk about her family: "y'all's catfishing trip has been terminated cause y'all messed with the wrong gator, Missy," he says. And then he walks back to his seat doing one of three things: exaggerating the walk he knows NaOnka hates so much just to piss her off that much more; imitating Jane's walk in an attempt to sink to her level of childishness; or doing his impression of a character in one of those Sierra computer games from the '80s. Either way, NaOnka greets it with a middle finger.