With that, it's time to vote because there's no way Espada's Tribal Council is going to be half as exciting as La Flor's was, so it's best to just get it over with as quickly as possible. Probst sends La Flor away, and Marty gives Dan a "good luck, man," on his way out, which can only serve to make Dan's tribemates want to get rid of him. Or it would if Dan didn't have some kind of magic power to keep himself in this game no matter what. Ben manages to cast his vote without knocking anything over this time. Dan and Yve vote for each other. Probst reads those votes, and then a whole bunch more for Yve, her name spelled correctly in almost all of them. How did they know how to spell that? Someone must have had to ask her. Yve silently brings her torch to Probst and walks away. At one point, she scratches her face and they put a musical sting in there that made me think she flipped everyone off or something, but I guess not. After she's gone, Probst praises Espada for being a "unified tribe" in their vote tonight, even though all they really seem to be are a bunch of followers ready to write down whatever name someone else tells them to.