The Final Three arrive and the jury is brought in. I think Matty looked better with the beard. Now he looks like David Bowie at his most androgynous. Probst recites his little speech about how the jury now has the power, and there's Corinne with her smug smile as if being on the jury is somehow better than winning a million dollars or whatever the runner-ups get. It isn't!
Susie's opening statement is first. Uh oh -- she's going with her "I just wanted to try" theme. She says she was scared in the beginning with all the impressive people she was competing against, like Marcus the Doctor and Crystal the gold medalist. Huh ... so Susie knew that Crystal won a gold medal. I wonder how many other people did, and when during the game Susie found that out. I also wonder if Susie's relatively poor challenge performances (except, of course, for the TWO she WON) can be explained by her being unable to move at the shock of seeing gold medalist Crystal do so badly. Susie says she isn't afraid anymore, and thus she isn't afraid to stand here against Bob. Susie has either forgotten that Sugar is there, too, or doesn't consider her worthy of mention. Either way, burn! She says she feels confident now, and Probst totally winks at her. Probst loves Susie, which is weird since she was on the hated Fang tribe and she isn't an alpha male.
Bob's next. He's going for the suck up approach, which is smart considering the people he's playing to and how full of themselves they are. He says he wanted to make everyone's life better around camp, and that he didn't outplay or outwit any of them, just outlasted. Ew. I wouldn't vote for him just for that. If you can't outplay or outwit me, then you don't deserve a million dollars. Probst does not wink at Bob.