Alicia is next, and she actually congratulates them. She wants to know their most and least proud moments. Tina is most proud of the role she's played in the Outback. She says she's done some things as a tribe member that were "extremely giving," and cites letting Bozo the Keith win immunity in the "A Peg to Stand On" challenge. She doesn't mention, however, how that move helped her, too. Tina says that her least proud moment was during every Tribal Council. She tells the jury that she never felt good about voting someone off, but earlier she told us the opposite. Colby says that his least proud moment happened today when he realized how little respect he's shown for the land. Imagine how much less proud he was when he found out he was getting sued for stealing from one of the world's treasures. He then says that his most proud moment was winning the water bucket challenge because he came from behind to win.
Nick also congratulates the S2; he says he has respect from them. He then says that had it not been for a "very unfortunate accident," neither Colby nor Tina would be in the finals. He wants to know who they think would have made the final two if Mike hadn't fallen into the fire. Colby says Nick and Mike. Tina can't answer because she didn't know Kucha's group dynamics. She says Mike, but can't suggest another name.
Then Jerri stands up, and Colby looks scared. Jerri lays into them about broken promises and manipulation. She says she's going to allow them to clear their consciences, and then asks them to apologize to "another person." Tina looks Jerri right in the face and says she feels worst about going along with the beef jerky incident. She says that "someone" wanted to go through Kel's backpack, and that being part of that act is her one regret. Jerri tries to smile through this. ["At our place, everyone was like, 'Burn!'" -- Wing Chun] Colby feels guilty about Rodger and Elisabeth; he wishes the game could have been played differently. He also mentions Alicia; he says it was cowardly to vote her off only because she was a "physical threat." He has guilt but not regrets; I think Colby needs some counseling -- he seems to be taking all of this excessively to heart. Jerri stands there, still waiting for an apology, and Colby just stares her down. I think they saved Jerri for last, hoping for a rats and snakes kind of diatribe; she couldn't even give us that. Colby then says that he respectfully has no closing comments. Tina compares the game to backgammon. She says that covering your men is the strategy in playing backgammon, and that it's also the strategy in playing Survivor. She says that there was never anything personal, there was only a strategy. And I think that's the truth.