John's last, and he just wants to "straight up talk." He says that Neleh and Vecepia both know how he feels about the game; he "threw out the honesty card," played it, and lost. He insists that integrity is important to him, and accuses both of them of lying. He tells them that they're not innocent or naïve, and says, "You both did it." He tells them to "take a deep breath and clear it. Everybody knows it." Basically, he only wants to know why he -- Johnny Pots and Pans -- should cast his vote for one of them. After allowing him to rant for a bit, Neleh repeats the question, and then says, "That sucks." She claims that she honestly planned to go along with their alliance, all the while hoping that things would change so that she could fare better than fifth place, but as soon as she realized that it wasn't going to happen, she decided not to play their game anymore. She wants to know if that is the answer that John is looking for, and he says it is. Vecepia thinks John should vote for her because she came in with a strategy and played the game to its fullest. John is satisfied with her answer, as well. Softy.
Peachy says that there's been a lot of talk about "worthiness," and that the S2 have been called upon to justify their own behavior after condemning the same behavior in others. Peachy says that they'll be able to address that in their final comments to the jury, and gives them a moment to think about what they'll say.
We see the faces of the S2, and the faces of the J7, and fire. But for once, we don't see the faces of the S2 and the faces of the J7 superimposed over the fire. We do see tiki faces superimposed over the fire, though. Peachy tells Neleh and Vecepia that they've heard the jury's comments, and now have a chance to respond. Vecepia admits to having been blown away by their questions, and has only one thing to address. She's upset that some people just made comments because she wanted them to have a "strong base" for their vote, as opposed to "innuendos," because of the amount of money at stake. She then preaches that they should really think about the answers she gave, and find what they need in them. She doesn't tell them to commit anything to tablets.
Neleh wants the jury to consider how well she treated them during the course of the game, as well as her love and compassion for them. She "honestly truly" feels that everyone on the jury deserves a million dollars. And a puppy! She claims again that she only started playing the game on the twenty-fourth day, and only then because she had to. She wants them to know that they were seeing the real Neleh until that time. Huh?