Jenn and Ian stand behind the "firemaking urns." Jeff explains that the idea is to build a fire high and hot enough to burn through the rope. Winner moves on to F3. As you might expect based on the fact that her lolling-to-working ratio appeared to be on the high side during much of her time at Camp Koror, A-Jenn is never in it. Ian gets a big flame going, and before you know it -- pop! Ian's flag goes, and he is the winner and gets to move on to F3. Not exactly the way, I'm sure, he pictured it. A-Jenn gets up and takes her torch over to Jeff. They attempt to show Gregg looking upset, but he mostly looks bored, like he's thinking how great it's going to be when he can watch football instead of this. A-Jenn is snuffed, and she takes a walk down the Path of Loserdom, undoubtedly the most invisible player to ever get anywhere near this point in the game. Jeff tells the final three...that they are the final three. I'm sure they appreciate the update, dude. He predicts "an interesting night at camp" as Ian stares miserably at him, having just escaped a most unexpected beheading and, just as disturbing, sort of owing his survival to Katie, ew. The final three head back to camp with their torches. In A-Jenn's exit interview, she expresses her disappointment in Katie's decision not to keep her around. She's not sure if Katie will get her vote now. Was Katie going to get her vote before? Because...why?
Camp Koror. Night 37. Ian sits by the fire. Tom interviews that when they got back, he found himself thinking about the votes he had cast against Ian, and thinking about whether he was right that Ian "just tried to submarine [him]." Tom adds, as if you had any doubt, "It's a personal grudge now." Oh, good. Nothing livens up a game of checkers, Payday, hearts, or Survivor like a personal grudge. As it turns out, Tom is now harping on this with Ian directly -- as if trying to vote him out wasn't enough -- telling him how he might as well fess up, because "it's already out of the bag." Ian isn't sure what Tom wants him to say. "You weren't going with me to the final three to duke it out like men," Tom says. I love the whole "duke it out like men" construct in this context, by the way, as if voting people off in Survivor is kind of pussy, you know? Like voting a guy off is the chicken's way of dealing with him. Until, of course, F3, where Tom could freely have voted Ian off with testosterone aplenty. This is all just so gross, and it's so disappointing coming from Tom. "That is not the truth," Ian says. Tom continues going on and on about how, now, Ian wants Tom to think that just before winning immunity, Ian had in fact decided to "do the right thing." Ian keeps trying to break in, and Tom finally snarls that Ian's "the worst liar" ["true" -- Wing Chun], and that "it's all out now."