Neleh was amused that they all came to play the game, and says again that she didn't have to start playing until the twenty-fourth day because she and Paschal weren't perceived as threats. Except I had a little typo there in my initial notes which read that "she and Paschal weren't perceived as tarts," which is also true. Neleh continues explaining that she and Paschal were considered to be weaklings. She thinks it was strange to be put in the sweetheart role, but then also to eventually be considered competitive. She says that people couldn't put the two together, and thought it must be either one or the other: if she's really competitive, then the sweetness must be a cover-up. In short, she's upset because some people don't think she's sweet.
Peachy says there's no argument that Neleh and Vecepia played better than the others, because they're the ones sitting there in the final two, while the others are not. And now it's time to commence with the voting. Peachy makes sure that the jury hasn't talked to each other, and I can't for a second believe that they haven't, but they claim to have kept quiet amongst themselves. ["I think I heard somewhere that they had to sign something that would allow CBS to sue them if they talked amongst themselves about their votes." -- Wing Chun] Again, Peachy explains that the voting methodology is different now: the S2 want to hear their names read. There are seven votes, so four are needed to win. In addition to the million, the victor will take home a brand-new Saturn Vue in the "color of [her] choice!" and the title of "Survivor." Neleh and Vecepia giggle nervously and clutch at each other, and then the camera pans to some Eminem-looking man in the audience who appears to be doing antics with his t-shirt. ["I think that was Neleh's brother; he had the same Jughead Jones nose." -- Wing Chun]