Peachy points out that Tina and Bozo the Keith's votes will "nullify each other." He then instructs Colby to cast his vote and return the box to him. Colby flips the paper over before he begins writing -- does it actually have a front and a back? Both Tina and Bozo the Keith look very concerned; the jury does too. When Colby returns cradling the vote urn, where good Survivors go to die, Peachy says, "Somebody who has played this game for forty-one days is about to be voted out of the tribe." It's Bozo the Keith, who nods his head and grins. I wasn't surprised; neither was he. He says it's been an honor to play with the others, but that he still doesn't want to hug Colby for longer than two seconds. As Bozo the Keith makes a surprisingly accident-free exit, Colby shakes his head like, "What in Texas tarnation did I just do?" Meanwhile, Tina examines her exciting fingernails.
Where the credits would usually be, Bozo the Keith tells us again that playing was his honor, and that the game gave him the opportunity to look at his life and learn about himself. I'll give him credit for being gracious, if not graceful.
We now get the tricky and effects-laden foot-cam and night vision-cam at once. They're really pulling out all the stops. Tina tells us that leaving Tribal Council usually sparks a wide range of emotions. She says that Mad Dog's departure was "a sad day at the Ogakor camp," and she still doesn't tell us what her so-called "promise" was. She then says that voting Elisabeth off was "awkward" because they really loved her. She also says, with a perky lilt in her voice, that they've sometimes been happy to vote someone off, and we know she's talking about Jerri. Colby shrieks, "Gol-lee!" Tina tells us that this return to camp was "sheer exhilaration." They discuss how they no longer need to conserve their food and how they can break down the tent. Tina says that she accomplished what she wanted to do by making the final two; she then tells Colby that she can't even comprehend the experience. Then it's Colby's turn to tell us that returning from Tribal Council was the best feeling he's had in forty-two days. Randomly, Tina looks around the camp and asks, "What else can we burn?" She then says, "Poor Bozo the Keith, this was his favorite thing to do." You'd think Bozo the Keith's apparent pyromania would have merited at least one fifteen-minute segment. But no, it's time for more reflection on the part of the S2. Tina says that she doesn't know whether Bozo the Keith would have kept her around if he'd won immunity. Colby thinks that Bozo the Keith wouldn't have kept him around, either. Bozo the Keith would have kept around his new friend Johnny. Colby tells us that his only objective in winning immunity was to keep immunity from Bozo the Keith. As Colby and Tina play backgammon, Colby calls Tina a sore loser and asks when the last time she won something was. Tina mentions the reward challenge, which wasn't the answer Colby was looking for.