Probst asks Ben if he's torn between wanting to comfort NaOnka and wanting her to quit so he'll have less competition. "Uh... what do you mean, exactly?" Ben asks. See, this is why Probst doesn't talk to Ben at Tribal Council. "I don't believe you don't know," Probst says. But Ben still refuses to answer, so Probst asks Yve instead. She admits that when she sees NaOnka breaking down, she wonders how long NaOnka will really last in this game and why she's even there. She doesn't want to align with someone who will quit and screw her over. Which is fine since I don't think NaOnka was asking Yve to ally with her. Probst asks NaOnka if it occurred to her that her breakdown might be turned against her. NaOnka doesn't really answer that question, instead saying that you don't necessarily get the full story from people at Tribal Council. Probst decides to end things here, but does so on a very cheesy note, saying "someone's quest to outlast all the rest is about to come to an end." I wonder if he wanted to stick that little rhyme in there back in Season One but Burnett forced him to go with "the tribe has spoken." But now it's Season 21 and Probst is an executive producer, so he's gonna make it work!
Tyrone votes for NaOnka, saying this is a "grown folks' game." Ben votes for "the king of Espada," confidently adding "Benry's here, baby!" before accidentally knocking over the paperweight bell thing and causing Tyrone to laugh at him. "My bad," Ben mutters, putting the paperweight back. You know the producers laughed their asses off at this scene when they replayed it over and over again. Anyway, this is just awful. I don't think I want NaOnka or Tyrone to go. NaOnka, because she's ridiculous and unpredictable, and Tyrone because he's pretty awesome. Probst returns with the urn, and NaOnka doesn't play her immunity idol, perhaps because she doesn't want anything to prevent her from being voted out. She does not get her wish, though, as only two people vote for her (Tyrone and Yve) while the rest vote for Tyrone. Damn! He kindly and seemingly sincerely wishes his tribe good luck and leaves. At least he ate most of their chicken on his way out.