We see no votes, but we do see all of the Maraanus' pensive faces superimposed over the flames. Then Peachy returns with the footy urn, which would look cute in my living room. I bet they sell those at Bombay Company. Anyway, Peachy reads the votes: Gina, Miss Kathy, Gina, and Gina. It's not very suspenseful, but Kathy still looks very pleased with herself. So Gina makes her typically sweet-natured exit, and then Peachy tells the others that they "kept insisting" on using the word "family" instead of "tribe," and "sometimes families have to make hard decisions." And I know families inflict all sorts of crimes upon each other, but I've never heard of a family actually voting someone out.
Next week on Survivor, banjo music plays as the tribes merge, then proceed to hug, pray, and lie their asses off.
As the credits roll, Gina says she understands the vote. She wants her "awesome" tribemates to play well, and says she's had the time of her life. No, she's never felt like this before. Yes, she swears it's the truth. And she owes it all to you!