Jeff tells Steph and Danni that he doesn't think they could have asked for more from the jury. In other words, "Nobody said 'My question is I WANT AN APOLOGY' or 'My question is YOU SUCK.'" Jeff tells Steph and Danni that they have a couple of minutes to think about what they're going to say.
And then we are back, and Jeff is telling them to go with their closings. Steph goes first, thanking the jury first and then moving into her argument. She talks about how hard the game is, and how it brings out people's worst qualities. She apologizes (boo!) for hurting people, and then she says that she came in with a plan to align herself with great people and be calm and composed and on the right side of the numbers game. She also hints fairly strongly that they need to keep in mind that she may have looked like the leader, but that others were equally to blame. For her part, Danni says that she went into the merge with no reason to believe that she had any hope, so she claims to have sat back and noted that Steph and Rafe were the ones in charge, and, she claims, are the reason all the jurors are on the jury. Of course, Steph isn't the reason Rafe is on the jury, and Steph isn't the reason Lydia is on the jury, and Steph isn't really the reason Judd is on the jury, or the reason Cindy is on the jury, or the reason Jamie is on the jury. It's a better argument as to Rafe than as to Steph, who didn't actually do as much steering as it seemed like she was doing. Danni says that she bonded with Rafe and Steph, and that's basically how she saved herself. She asks for votes.