With that, we vote. Mick votes for Shambo and Shambo votes for "Mick =)." Probst returns with the urn and says if someone happens to have an immunity idol around his neck that he'd like to play since it's his last chance to do so, now is the time. Li'l Russell decides not to play it, keeping it as a souvenir instead. Now he can hide it around the house and re-live his glory days on this show for the rest of his life! The jury roll their eyes. I'm not surprised Li'l Russell did this. I'm sure his tribemates are, though, and probably didn't make any plans to vote for him tonight because they all assumed he'd do this. He probably thinks he's made things very exciting for us at home, but we all remember in Gabon when Sugar gave her idol to Matty, a move that Li'l Russell's non-play of the idol pales in comparison to. Probst reads the votes. Wouldn't it be so awesome if Li'l Russell went home tonight? But no, of course not. Boring! Mick gets one vote, Li'l Russell gets none, and Shambo gets the rest. She's gracious on her way out, hugging Brett and smiling as her torch is extinguished. "Good luck, you guys," she says, and then she's gone. Meanwhile, the jury is so upset because they know they have to live with Shambo now.
Whoa, check out Shambo's family moment! I'm guessing that's her sister, and while she doesn't have a mullet, her hairstyle is from around 1991 with the teased bangs. What's up with the Shambo family and their anachronistic hairstyles?