Peachy then questions Kathy's faith, because she's not as "vocal" and "open" as Vecepia and Neleh are about their beliefs. I wouldn't really call obnoxiously proselytizing the same thing as being "open." Kudos to Kathy if she can maintain her faith without shoving it in everyone else's faces. Peachy asks whether faith played any part in the game for Kathy, who replies that she was praying while she was standing on the logs, and also that there were many other "deep thoughts" running through her mind. Peachy challenges, "Like what?" and Kathy says, "The face of a child can say it all, especially the mouth part of the face," and, "I bet one legend that keeps recurring throughout history, in every culture, is the story of Popeye," and also that "Boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music, no choreography, and the dancers hit each other." Oh, wait -- those are Jack Handey's deep thoughts, not Kathy's. Instead, she reveals that she "hung by" her father's bedside during the five hours before his death, and that if she could do that -- and since he would want her to hang on -- she persevered in the log challenge. She also recited the Lord's Prayer, and talked to her father, which she says she hasn't done in years. At least since he was alive, anyway. This speech seems earnest, and appears to win over the jury completely. Kathy says again that she just had to "go deep" to prevail.
Peachy now explains that Kathy and Vecepia can't vote for themselves, and thus will cancel each other out, so Neleh alone will cast a vote. Peachy snipes that it's interesting how -- within the past two Tribal Councils -- they've all either changed their minds, offered to change the minds, or considered changing their minds about their voting intentions. In other words, they're all indecisive, disloyal, opportunistic bitches. He says that the identity of the final two will depend on whether or not Neleh will change her mind.
Neleh votes; Peachy tallies, and what's to tally anyway? The vote is, as expected, for Kathy, although we didn't necessarily expect all the accompanying sweet little hearts surrounding the name. Kathy wishes the remaining two luck, and no one on the jury looks pleased. The tribe has spoken to Kathy, and for once she can't talk back; instead, she thanks Jeff and waves goodbye to the others. Vecepia looks pleased as Peachy points out that Vecepia and Neleh have accomplished what the fourteen others failed to do. He says, "You've gone as far as you can go in this game on your own power," and explains that control will now shift to the jury. He tells the S2 that they have only one day and one night left, and that they should "drink it in," because what else do they have to do with themselves? Except pray, of course. Peachy says he will "definitely" see them tomorrow.