The REAL last question: In order, list the survivors voted off the Pagong tribe. Answer: B.B., Ramona, Joel, Gretchen, Greg, Jenna, Gervase and Colleen. Sue, Richard and Kelly get it. Tiebreaker question between Kelly and Sue: What is Sonja's last name? Kelly gets the right answer: Christopher. Kelly wins her fourth consecutive immunity and puts on the necklace. Everybody else looks shell-shocked. Jeff asks if she usually listens to people, because as he demonstrated in the "bar" over Bud Lights, he has no idea how to do that.
Time to vote. Richard votes. "Who knows why," he says. Good man. Rudy votes for Sue. "Her number was up," he says. Word. Kelly bops up like she owns the place and writes down Rich's name. "It's time for Rich to get off...the stage," she says. ["Thank god she clarified." -- Niki] When did Kelly get this renewed confidence? Oh, yeah. She won all the immunity challenges. Sue votes without speaking, and I breathe a huge sigh of relief (so does my cat, whose ears I have to bandage for fear they will melt under the strain of broadcasting Sue's voice into her poor little brain). Jeff blessedly keeps his comments to a minimum as he starts reading the votes. First vote, Sue. Next vote, Rich. Next one, Sue. Last vote, Rich. "Our first tie," Rich says. Peachy Probst says that what's been a long day and long night is going to get even longer. Rich and Sue will not vote. They each get thirty seconds to try to convince Kelly and Rudy to change their vote. Wait, WHAT?! What if they don't want to change their vote? You think you're going to get Rudy to change his mind about anything? Can't they get a swing vote from the jury? I don't understand this process at all. That's what happens when you rely on a two-villain political system.