Next, Peachy asks HeiDDi to talk about the unusual nature of the immunity challenge, which he explains was designed to show people their tribal standing. HeiDDi giggles her amusement over the fact that the four women were left at the end, and says she didn't expect it to happen like that. She points out that the men essentially eliminated themselves instead of working against the girls.
Peachy then returns to Matthew, pointing out that as the first to go, "It's gotta tell you somethin' about what people are thinkin' about you." Matthew responds that although he wasn't happy about the situation, that's just the way it turned out.
Peachy points out that Davey Rockett was also taken out early, and Davey Rockett responds that because the game has turned individual, he's now viewed as a threat. He acknowledges the precariousness of his position and knows that his name will come up tonight. Still, he hopes he won't get the majority vote because he's looking forward to spending more time with the group.
Peachy asks Deena if such a "heartfelt" plea could sway predetermined minds, and Deena responds that if she's learned anything during her lifetime, it's that "human emotion can be dictated by human sentiment." Considering that the definition of sentiment is "a thought, view, or attitude, especially one based mainly on emotion instead of reason," that would be inherently true. In any case, Deena insists that people in the group may have made promises despite their uncertainties that they may find themselves unable to keep.
Peachy asks Jenna whether she's comfortable enough within the tribe to offer up her immunity for something in exchange, but Jenna can't think of a worthwhile trade. She concludes, "It's mine and I'm gonna keep it."
Peachy points out that for the first time in the game, they're not just voting people out. Instead, they're voting people out who will return to sit on the jury and decide who will win the million dollars. And the voting begins!
Matt votes for Davey Rockett, insisting that although he's a great guy and enjoyable company, "his time has come."
We don't see Rob's vote, but I can make out Davey Rockett's name as Rob folds the paper up and places it in the urn.
Davey Rockett votes for Matt as expected. He points out that they've been honest with each other since the first day of the game, and thinks it's interesting now that they're both perceived as "powerhouses." Still, he hopes it's Matt's turn and not his own, insisting that it's nothing personal. There's a lot of random, unexplained whispering in this episode.