Peachy snits, "So because together, you guys couldn't make a decision as to who to vote out, it's now outta your hands!" He explains that Neleh will draw first, then Kathy, followed by Paschal. I know it doesn't in actuality increase Paschal's odds of drawing the purple rock by going last, but it still doesn't seem fair that he gets their leftovers. Peachy insists that it's "very important" that they not look at their rocks, except he rushes the words together so that it sounds like he says it's very important that they not "lookathurock." After drawing, they'll put their hands in the middle, and open them together on Peachy's count. Peachy says, "Here I come!" They all wish each other luck. Peachy once again reminds them, "Yellow is safe. Purple means you're goin' home." They draw, and Paschal immediately exclaims, "Aw, that feels like purple, Jeff!" Meanwhile, Kathy says she's sure she drew purple, because she got them into "this gnarly mess." They reveal their rocks, and we see that Kathy and Neleh drew yellow, while Paschal was correct in his estimation: he drew the purple. He falls off the bench, and Neleh, for some reason, is grinning from ear to ear. ["Oh my heck, I wonder why! That little hypocrite." -- Wing Chun] Kathy helps Paschal get up and hugs him, while he insists, "I told you it felt purple!" Kathy shrieks about the craziness of the game, and then Paschal hugs them all while Neleh slowly realizes that this is something she's supposed to feel sad about and tries to think about dead puppies and wilting flowers to stop herself from smiling. For some reason, when Paschal hugs Neleh, he covers up one of her ears with his palm. It looks like he's whispering something in her other ear, so maybe he's literally trying to prevent whatever information he's relaying from going in one ear and out the other. The jury looks skeptical over this turn of events. Then, Peachy proclaims it a "one-of-a-kind Tribal Council," and extinguishes Paschal's torch. Paschal thanks Peachy and the others, and then stumbles off down the path. Peachy tells the S3 that "one way or another," they've made it this far; he dismisses them back to camp.
In a normal episode, this would be time for the credits and the scenes from next week; but it's the last show, and we already know how they all voted. Instead, Paschal tells us it's been an amazing experience and he's met "some" wonderful people and made life-long friends. He doesn't say he's met some other, not-so-wonderful people. He wishes the competitors luck, and tells the jury that he looks forward to working with them.