At Tribal Council, Peachy asks Michael whether he is still leader of the tribe. Michael says that everyone has had different leadership roles and that everyone has contributed equally. He then rubs the brown stuff off his nose. It suddenly starts to pour and Peachy says, "There go the caps," as if wearing a hat has some deep dark significance. Peachy calls out Alicia and says, "For me, looking in, I would say you seem to be a strong leader of this tribe, as well." Alicia giggles bashfully and says she's a motivator, not a leader, and that she likes to make sure everyone's on the same page, and if they're not on the same page, she uses her index finger to point that out to them. She says that motivating people is her strength while Kimmi smirks and feels motivated to do some finger pointing of her own. Peachy says, "Kimmi, I've seen you in action," and we assume he doesn't mean her breast-cleaning action. She says, "Every day you feel close to somebody and then you feel a little bit separated, and it's weird." Peachy shows Kucha the four extinguished torches and calls Michael to vote first, but we don't see whom he votes for. Kimmi votes for Jeff and says, "This really should be Alicia but I hear other people are voting for Jeff." Oh, how sad. Alicia votes for Kimmi and says, "She and I have not gotten along from the beginning and the whole food thing is really becoming an issue; it separates her from the rest of the tribe so I think it's time to let her go." Elisabeth and her head-dress vote but we don't see for whom as she says, "We need to keep our tribe strong and there's too much split goin' on. So for a strong Kucha, it's the best vote." We see Alicia during this, so we're supposed to think that's whom Elisabeth voted for. Peachy leaves to tally the votes and reminds them that the decision is final. First vote for Kimmi, who smiles and seems resigned, as her name continues to be read. And read. And read. Until she gets her fourth vote. She whines in her best The Nanny voice, "Okay. Bye guys." Peachy says, "The tribe, and Mother Nature, have spoken." Kimmi tells the others, "Go get 'em," but I'm guessing she means the other tribe, not all the other Babes and chickens in the outback. Peachy merrily sends the tribe off in the rain with the kind words, "Have a good long walk home." We're then instructed to stay tuned for Kimmi's words and scenes.
Next week on Survivor: the unthinkable happens at the Kucha camp -- the same exact baby alligator plops off the same exact log as it did two weeks ago!