Probst knows he isn't going to get much out of Sash now that he's proven that speaking up only gets him in trouble, so he asks Jud if he knows who Freud even is. It turns out that Jud is not as stupid as everyone, including me, assumed. He not only knows who Freud is, but he's also "a little bit familiar with Freudian psychology" and proves it by saying that perhaps that ninety percent of Sash's subconscious just overpowered his conscious mind. Okay, well, that was awesome. Probst's attempt to make Jud look stupid just got blown to bits, so he quickly moves on from him and asks Brenda if she'll be thinking about what Sash accidentally said later on. She says she will. So it looks like, if nothing else, Marty's idol giveaway did shake things up in the La Flor alliance a bit. Thanks to Probst crossing the line a bit with his questioning, but still. He asks Jane if she thinks what Marty did was a good idea. Jane says she's watched this show enough to know that when you give the idol away "it comes back to haunt you." Jane is all about karma this week. Meanwhile, she ate a whole fish and didn't share it with her tribe, so she'd better hope what goes around doesn't come back to haunt her.
Now that Probst has talked to everyone except the other Kelly, it is time to vote. Jane votes for Marty, of course. Marty votes for Jane, saying "this game ain't over yet." Good for him for not turning against Jill to save himself, by the way. She returns the favor by not voting for him, writing Jane's name down in the biggest possible letters just to get her point across. Probst returns with the urn. Jane gets the first two votes, followed by two for Jill and two for Marty. Marty prepares to see his name a third and final time, as do we all. Sash turns and looks at Marty... and Jill's name comes up. WHAT? I don't understand. Why wouldn't Sash vote Marty out? What was the point of that? Did his tribemates know he was going to switch his vote to Jill like that? My only explanation for this is that Sash is trying to win favor with people outside of his alliance in the hopes that their loyalty will come in handy for him down the road as well as give him a leg up on his other allies, who are hopefully too stupid to realize that he's playing a very selfish game. Anyway, Jill doesn't have much to say about any of this. She hugs Marty, who says he'll miss her. I will, too. The Jill we saw in episodes two and three was so awesome, but then she just kind of gave up. Marty didn't, so he's still in the game. Well, because of that and the fact that the La Flor alliance members don't seem to know what they're doing.