Ken votes for Matty and says he's sorry, but it's a strategic move. Matty votes for Corinne. That's all we see. Apparently Crystal chose to use her inside voice this week.
Probst returns with the urn and asks if anyone wants to play an idol. Ken nods at Corinne, but she stays seated, much to Ken's surprise and disappointment. He gives Bob a "what happened?" shrug. Probst reads the votes. First vote: Matty. Second vote: Corinne. Third vote: Corinne. Fourth vote: Corinne. Fifth vote: Matty. Sixth vote: Matty. And now he's going to wonder who just fucked him over. The last vote will decide who goes home. Did Bob's plan work? Did Ken unknowingly save himself and Crystal from aligning with Bob and Corinne and their fake idol? Yes, he did. The last vote is for Corinne. And it's spelled WRONG. EVEN THOUGH THEY ALL WENT OVER THE CORRECT SPELLING IN THE HUT! Amazing. Who did that? Shame on you! Okay, I checked the site to find out, and it was Crystal. Oddly enough, she won the 2004 National Name Spelling Bee (held in Athens, Georgia). I also saw Sugar's voting speech for Corinne, in which she called her an alcoholic, silicone-enhanced home wrecker, among other things. And then: "good game, but not good enough." That had to hurt Corinne more than anything else.
And even though she promised us last week that she'd spit venom on everyone on her way out, Corinne remains silent. Apparently she did say something about drinking vodka (thereby lending credence to Sugar's alcoholic claims) at Ponderosa, but that's not exactly laying into Sugar like she said she would. Corinne started the game all talk and no action, and she leaves the same way. Of course, she says mean things in her final speech (behind everyone's back as opposed to their face, as always), saying she likes Bob and Ken and hopes the rest of them have miserable lives. Charming!
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