The last treemail is a breakfast feast, which is a relief to anyone who might have been worried about a Final Two twist like last season. Then again, since none of them watched last season, or any season (except Susie, who actually applied to be on this show), maybe not. Somehow, Sugar is immediately able to identify a big jug of what looks like milk as pancake batter, which means they have to cook their own breakfast after all this? Does the survival never stop? Although I guess it came with mimosas, so that's cool. Sugar tells us that she had something to do with everyone on the jury's ouster except for Marcus, so she's scared to face them tonight. She figures they all hate her, but maybe she'll get a vote or two. She's not counting on winning, and hasn't been for a while now. Is Sugar wearing makeup? She appears to have eye shadow on when she's eating breakfast. Perhaps Bob whipped some up for her.
After an unsuccessful attempt to dissolve a shot of a fried egg into a shot of the sun, it's time to burn down the huts and probably a good amount of Gabon's prized national park system, as Bob has loaded the hut up with as many flammable things as possible. Usually, I hate it when they burn everything down since it could have sold at an auction or whatever, but considering that most of the stuff that did make it back to the US from the set was confiscated by the Feds for being contaminated with all kinds of African horribleness and was probably going to spread Ebola across America and kill us all, it's okay this time. Bob tells us that all he has to do now is convince the jury that his behavior, work around camp, and participation in this game is worth a million dollars. Because that's the Survivor motto: outbehavior, outwork, and outparticipate. With that, the three burn the hell out of the hut. "That's how fast stuff comes and goes," Bob says. Yeah, tell that to Matty. They leave the hut burning behind them and set off for Tribal Council. Tragically, one hundred baby elephants and three thousand hippos were killed in a brush fire in Gabon that day.
And now it's time to hear from our jury and how much they're looking forward to treating the people who beat them fair and square like shit. Ken admits that Sugar played a good game, doesn't think Susie did, and is still sore at Bob about their immunity necklace deal. Ken, DROP IT. You aren't in the game anymore! You know the only reason why you wanted him to keep his promise was so you could stab him in the back, and he knew it, too. He made the only decision he could. You can be bitter about it when you're in the game to try to play it up for the jury just in case you go up against him in the end, but you are no longer in the game, so your failure to understand why Bob didn't want to sign his own death warrant makes no sense. Next up is Randy, who says he hates everyone, but then admits that Sugar made some good moves in this game. He's looking forward to telling Bob off. "It's simply an opportunity for revenge. Pure and simple: revenge." And in that vein, but infinitely less charming (and Randy wasn't charming in the slightest to begin with) Corinne says she's looking forward to having the chance to really speak her mind and tell her former tribemates off. Ugh. I've been dreading this jury since Marcus joined it. I don't like bitter juries, and this is bound to be one of the bitterest.