Survivor (2000) s01e12 Episode Script

Death Of An Alliance

ANNOUNCER: 16 Americans marooned for 39 days in the middle of the South China Sea.
Separated into two tribes-- Tagi and Pagong, they competed against each other to remain on the island.
But now the tribes have merged into one.
Rattana is the name, and it is everyone for themselves.
Every third night, the entire tribe will hike deep into the jungle to take part in the Tribal Council, where they must vote one of their own off the island.
In the end, one will remain and will leave the island with $1 million in cash.
Last week on Survivor: The Tagi alliance threatened to crumble.
RICHARD: It seems like Kelly might be flip-flopping and planning strategies at our expense.
SUSAN: When I turn around and see somebody starting to dig a knife into my backside, it just really pisses me off.
JEFF: And island living was wearing on the castaways.
COLLEEN: It's not a fun game now.
JEFF: Sean won a night on a yacht and a surprise visit from his dad.
Dad! Kelly found herself in hot water.
RICHARD: Kelly, on the other hand, has no idea that she's leaving this evening.
JEFF: But she saved herself by winning the immunity challenge.
Instead, Colleen paid the price and was the final Pagong member voted off.
Only five from the original Tagi Tribe remain.
It's anyone's guess who will be voted off tonight.
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hu RICHARD: Why are we leaving Rattana, though? That's the stupidest thing I ever heard.
SUSAN: You think that Rattana played on? Yeah.
RICHARD: A bunch of individuals playing a game.
Rattana was absolutely meaningless.
SEAN: Rattana was meaningless.
SUSAN: Yeah, Rattana was meaningless.
Tagi was meant something.
RICHARD: Our name.
Oh, yeah, especially when we were up against Pagong.
There's no such thing as for me, a Tagi Tribe or a Rattana.
That was the stupidest thing I ever heard.
Or or any other tribe.
It never existed and it doesn't exist.
It's a group of 16 people, four of whom were in an alliance with me and a bunch of other ones.
And it meant something.
Now it's five individuals just playing a game and hanging out.
That's good.
SEAN: Yeah, everyone's hunky-dory and all friends, but they all come to me and they say bad things about Richard, or they say bad things about Rudy, and then they go to Rudy and they say bad things about me, and they go to Rich, they say bad things about Rudy and I.
Sean's just you know, talking to me all day about making sure I convince my man-- Rudy-- to vote for Sue.
If somebody gave me their word that they are in this alliance with me, and I give my word, my word is good, and their word better be good.
If they betray me, I'll get even with them.
Rudy talks about, "People give me their word "I have friends.
"I have friends back at home that take care of people like that.
" Oh, man.
I don't know who I'm playing with here.
I'm, like, "Get me out of here.
Send me home.
" Rudy's something else.
RUDY: I mean, it's a game, but it's worth a million dollars.
Money talks.
You've pretty much got Rudy Yeah.
Yeah.
Under control.
He always just looks to me and goes He goes, "Hey, who?" I don't care.
Don't worry about it.
You have my word and I gave it to you Rich is a smart guy and he's really tricky, and, uh, I don't trust him one bit.
I never really have.
Whatever it takes to win here is the point.
It's a game, and call it Machiavellian, sure.
I'd much rather it be Rudy left.
Than Sue.
'Cause then you and I are, you know, definitely going to the top.
So Kelly goes next.
So it will now be you, Sean, me and Sue.
I don't think you're any better off against anybody else.
In other words, getting there with anybody but me.
Hopefully, it will be us three.
SEAN: This is the most conniving bunch of people I've ever met in my life.
There's not an honest one in the bunch.
Conniving, conniving, conniving.
Things are falling apart here at Rattana Beach.
( voices arguing ) You told them you weren't aligned with us.
Colleen told me that.
That's bull ( blip ).
I don't give a ( blip ), because I trust her more than I trust you.
Why? That's bull ( blip ).
I've been your friend since day one.
No.
I'm going fishing.
That's bull ( blip ).
Will you talk to me? No.
I don't have to.
What did you just ask Sue? Sue feels that I ( blip ) her or have ( blip ) the four of us I don't understand what that's coming from.
Because because I tried to make the Pagong team think that we weren't going to eliminate them one by one? I thought that was part of the game.
SUSAN: Kelly made all the rest of us look like a bunch of idiots.
Then she made all the rest of us look like the bad guys and her the one good guy out of the whole five of us.
That's what irritated me.
Sue doesn't have all the facts.
Uh-huh.
I was trying to pretend that we weren't going to eliminate them one by one, as I've said before, and I thought that was part of the plan.
We had said when they come, we're going to split up, we're going to hang out with them.
I wasn't trying to work them for myself at all.
They all wanted to vote you off.
They tried to come to me and say, "Hey, we can be in the majority.
We can vote Rich off.
" I didn't.
I know.
I think it was a smart decision.
Sue said many times that she wasn't part of an alliance either.
So, now all of a sudden I'm two-faced and I ( blip ) her when she had approached me and said, "Hey, Rich and I have formed an alliance "to vote you off at the end, "but I'm not going to do that.
Let's you and I vote him off.
" If I was trying to plot against you and plot against Sue Uh-huh.
and trying to use them in my best interests, then I would have voted for you.
But I decided Yeah, I don't think that's true.
I wanted to stay true to our to our alliance-- to our four that we decided on from the beginning.
Right.
Right.
When Kelly said to me, um, "Are you pissed off at me? It seems to me like you and Sue are pissed off at me.
" Well, that was my opportunity to come in and smooth things, as opposed to be the one who upsets the applecart.
Thanks, Kells Bells.
So certainly that little tiff between Kelly and Sue has been coming and plays to my advantage, absolutely.
Aw, it hurts.
This is my second ray sting since I've been here.
Oh, and trust me, they hurt.
It's like an aching sting and it hurts from my knuckle down to about here, and it's constantly pounding and it aches and it hurts really bad.
I might act like a tough girl, but they do hurt.
They gouge me.
This one got me good.
Notice the hand.
The knuckles are still swollen from that ray bite.
I seen that tail come in and just slice that.
Ow, was I pissed.
Cause he was in a little hole.
He couldn't go anywhere but out.
You know, he couldn't go back or forward.
He had to come out.
KELLY: At least you get to eat the bastard.
RICHARD: Sixth day to the end.
Desperate to go home.
Really looking forward to enter reality.
For me, this maintaining some kind of a thumb on ev all of these different people's personalities that I care very little about, uh, is exhausting.
I'm ready for the people in my life that I've brought into my life, throughout my life.
And I'm looking forward to getting back to that with a vengeance.
SEAN: I've been wishing for home since the day I got here.
I haven't been away from New York in this long ever.
I miss my favorite restaurant.
I miss the people at the restaurant.
I miss my friends.
I miss my family.
You know, I miss all those things.
I'm just looking forward to talking to my husband on the phone.
I can't wait for that.
I get anywhere within a phone to make a call, that's what I'm doing, is calling home.
Uh-huh.
I don't give a ( blip ) what time of day it is there.
RICHARD: The end of days is what I'm thinking about as I lay here on a raft in the middle of the South China Sea on a beach-- in my bed.
Yeah, it's very pretty.
It's a beautiful, beautiful night.
Cloudy, but I like the clouds.
I'm just looking at the clouds, thinking of going home.
Waiting waiting with no watch.
Having no idea what time it is.
Just knowing that time is passing slowly.
Oh.
( laughing ) "Dig in.
" "Dig in.
" That's mud from the mud volcano.
We got to dig in to find the clue? Yeah.
All it is is swamp mud.
I'm going to rinse my hand off.
I think that's cool.
What? The bucket and the mud.
We're going to have to do some kind of digging.
Oh, I found it.
Oh, cool! Read it.
Read it to me.
What's it say, Rudy? "It might be a dirty job, "but now it's up to you.
Make like a hog at the volcano" "carry mud" ALL: "for an ice-cold brew.
" Another trip out of here would be nice.
That's good news.
It is.
JEFF: It's Day 35 on the island and old friends are becoming new enemies.
So, for today's reward challenge, the tribe members will head to the mud volcano and, perhaps, calm things down a little.
This mud volcano actually created the entire island.
Today, the tribe members will engage in some therapeutic mud bathing.
Okay, here's what I know.
A bit of a blowout yesterday, shouldn't be unexpected, so the idea today is to have a different kind of a blowout.
The goal is pretty simple: get as much mud from the mud volcano into your bucket as you can in five minutes, using your body as the transport vehicle.
So you go over and lather up as much as you can.
You come back over here, shake off, squeeze out-- whatever you want.
If that doesn't take the tension off, nothing takes the edge off like a cold beer, right? So, for the winner, one Bud Light.
That's a warm-up for what's going to happen later.
Because, for the winner, later, you're going to be picked up, blindfolded, boated to a mysterious bar, where you and I are going to have a few more Bud Lights.
We're going to watch the first five minutes of episode one Wow! of Survivor.
Wow! I like that.
Cool? SUSAN: Yeah.
That works for me.
Okay, I'm going to set my beer aside.
Let's get ready to do this thing.
Survivors ready Get muddy! ( whooping ) ( laughing ) ( squishing ) Looking good, Rudy! Ten seconds! Five four three two Stop! Stop, stop, stop.
All right.
That was fun.
That was a blast.
This is going to be close.
Wow.
All right, we'll start on the end.
Man! Don't you have to move over? SUSAN: Stop bouncing.
Oh, this is going to be so close.
15.
9 for Kelly.
That's not bad at all.
Yeah, Rudy, I don't think you're as heavy.
No.
No, that's not going to do it.
Right at about ten.
Need a little more coverage.
Susan, you've got a big bucket.
25 pounds.
15.
9 is the number.
No.
Aw, they get the heavy mud.
15.
9 is the number to beat.
This is Sean.
Who's ahead? SEAN: Sean-- 16.
Sean was using his hair.
Not going to be enough.
SUSAN: Wow, Kelly.
Wow! One guy left.
15.
9.
I don't think it's going to be enough.
It looks like it's too easy for you to carry.
I think I'm having a beer with Kelly.
Oh, you're out.
It's not even close.
Wow! Yeah! Give you a big hug.
Give me a big hug.
I wish I had a bigger chest to carry the mud.
I've been muddy, but not this kind.
It feels good to, you know, win something.
I haven't won much of anything, but I won yesterday and I won today.
I'd feel better if it was an immunity that I won today, but, hopefully, I'm on a winning streak.
Everybody was very pissy prior to the mud bath, myself included.
Things really changed here today.
There was a fight, for the first time between Kelly and Sue, but, truthfully, this little shenanigan game at the mud bath thing really paid off, I think.
And it did-- it rejuvenated us.
I think it rekindled, you know, just, like, friendships and laughing, and things like that.
SUSAN: Yeah, the mud game was a blast.
I had a blast.
Fun-- totally a lot of fun.
When we got back from the mud, we were washing helping each other get the mud off and things like that.
Let me clean my ears out, then you take it.
RICHARD: It's bizarre to me how people do the things they do-- like how Sue and Kelly are washing each other's back and hair and, you know, laughing, joking and hugging, and picking each other's zits and all the rest of it right now, after what they went through yesterday.
SUSAN: Doing the mud thing really wore a lot of energy out of us, so it did key us down quite a bit.
And Kelly's the only other girl on the island with me, so we're going to hang together to the end.
This is my big getting-ready moment.
I hear a boat.
I do, I hear the boat.
Here he comes-- the wondrous one.
Bigger boat, girl.
They brought your limo to pick you up.
Have fun on your night out, kiddo.
Have fun.
I hope there's Have a good one, kid.
See you later.
Bye, you guys.
See you later.
Now I'm going to take you this way.
Hear that.
Oh, a bar.
There's cigarettes if you're so inclined.
Can I get food, too? And food, yes.
Okay, hold on.
Let me pull your chair out.
Oh, a chair Look at you! Okay, right over here, actually.
Now sit down.
If you feel like you're getting looks, that's because there aren't More Americans blindfolded.
Typical.
This looks normal.
Uh-huh.
Okay, want a beer? Yes.
Can we get two Buds? Thanks.
Yay! Right on.
Thank you, thank you.
All right, let's toast.
That's good stuff.
This Bud's for you.
Oh, thank you.
Cheers.
Cheers.
Aah! Oh, my God.
Thank you.
Look at this huge plate.
Let me get that salt.
So how you hanging in? I'm doing good.
Yeah? Yeah, the game's, um you know, finally gotten weird.
It's finally gotten crazy.
Finally gotten intense.
Really? I thought I could trust Sue, which was my first mistake.
I guess you can't trust anybody.
I don't lose any respect for her for playing the game at all.
We're not you know, I said something today on the trail I was, like, wait a minute-- we're not evil.
We just play bad people on TV.
Whether it's every man for himself or whatever, I would like to, uh smooth things over with Sue, because that was just completely there was no It'll be interesting to see how this plays out.
I know.
JEFF: I have a very special friend that I was going to show her something on the TV.
Is that okay? Okay.
Yeah.
( patrons applauding ) All right.
( patrons cheering ) How many do I need? Where's our box? Where's the Tagi box? JEFF: You are witnessing 16 Americans begin an adventure that will forever change their lives.
They've been given two minutes to salvage whatever they can off this boat.
Yeah, go, Jenna! That was awesome.
That was so cool.
The Tagi Tribe, who will always wear orange, consists of Rudy Boesch, a retired Navy SEAL, and Kelly Wiglesworth, a river guide from Las Vegas ( patrons cheering ) Oh, my God! Good night.
I'll see you later.
RICHARD: Today is the fourth day till the end of competition-- the 36th day of our game.
I've said it 14 times today and I still can't keep it in my head.
Let's keep it fun around here for the next, you know Keep it fun? Yeah.
It's going to be tough, emotion-wise between Sue and Kelly.
And Kelly, I think, is going to be a little sadder.
She's sitting over there with her, so that's good.
I'm waiting to manage conflict.
Well, you got one.
I've come to a conclusion.
I align with my family, who I love dearly and There is four days left, and we're all going to have to live together.
And Sue and I, we kind of patched things up and she said, "Hey, look, this is a game.
"I'm going to have an alliance with Rich instead of you.
" I said, "Fine.
That's cool.
Play the game.
" If you feel that you need to align with Rich to get you as far as you can That's what I'm saying.
And you're playing the game and, you know, I respect that, but I didn't, you know, you were telling me I was two-faced and telling me that I, you know, betrayed you or whatever and I don't feel that I have at all.
I said, "I think I deserve to get to the four and to get to the three.
" She said, "I'm not going to let you.
" And it's the other way around-- I'm not going to let her.
I feel that I should maybe deserve to get into the three and then you guys have at it.
Well, whatever, yeah, but, no, I ain't going to let you into the three if I can possibly help it, 'cause you're a threat to me in the end.
We'll keep to an agreement that we'll treat each other civil till the time we leave here.
No sense to make it hard on anybody.
And while we're here, possibly together for the next four days so let's just be civil.
I know.
That's what I thought we were being-- very civil.
I thought we were, too.
I just wanted to to clear that up.
I felt that yesterday was a confusing thing and, you know, whatever happens now, happens.
That's right.
Yeah.
RICHARD: Check that out.
Look at the road the ant highway, up on the, uh, ceiling of the, uh, hut here.
The canvas.
Two-lane highway.
You can see the ants going in and out.
Got a really great view from here.
We'll build the grill when we get back.
This is my mosquito net sarong.
This is damn it.
Really it's three days.
Right, this is the fourth day to the end.
In three days, this'll be over.
All I'm thinking now is "win.
" Do what I have to do.
Now I'm in it to win, you know, and to just just be a nice guy and to just do this, that and the other thing and pack it in is wrong.
So I got to win.
I'm going to have to win immunity and I'll have to finagle.
And I'm going to have to try to pick up the vibe on people.
If, you know, like right now, Sue and Kelly aren't getting along.
There might be something I can exploit to my advantage.
I might have to do stuff like that.
It's going to be a lot of work, but I'll get there.
SUSAN: Yeah, I have one more challenge.
There's no rewards, and you know what? I'm not even thinking I'm going to win anymore.
I want to win the last one, like, oh, man, if I win any-- I'm praying, I'm praying that I win the very last immunity-- if I'm here, if I make it through the next four, which I think I will.
Oh, the mailbox is getting further away.
There it is.
SUSAN: A camera.
"Last night, Jeff Probst went missing.
" "Last night" "his camera was all that was found in the jungle.
" All right, how do you work the damn thing? So who knows how to play these back? It says "play.
" KELLY: Okay.
What the hell's going on? Who saw the silly Blair Witch Project anyway? SUSAN: I did.
So watch.
This will tell us where he's at.
This is wherever he's marked in the jungle.
Oh, look at the mask.
"What is the immunity challenge?" Survivor Witch Project.
Pagong Beach.
Sundown.
What was that? What was that? What was that? "Pagong Beach at sundown.
" And "What is the immunity challenge?" We get no clues.
It's tonight at Pagong Beach at sundown.
That's pretty cool, though.
JEFF: This island is Rich with tradition and superstition.
Talk to the locals, they'll tell you one thing-- disrespect the jungle, you pay the price.
Today's challenge deals with jungle spirits.
Each survivor will be given a video camera and will race into the jungle in search of five masks.
Behind each one is a question about island folklore.
The castaways will use the camera to record themselves giving the answers and then take the mask.
The first one to collect all the masks and answer all five questions correctly on tape will appease the jungle spirits and win immunity.
Everything I'm about to tell you is true.
Malaysian custom says that sacrificing a goat can bring about good luck.
So the locals seek out the largest Banyan tree they can find and a high priestess makes the sacrifice.
This is how you protect yourself in the jungle.
The one thing you want to do to protect yourself is never call out somebody's name.
According to legend, if you call out someone's name, the tree spirits can grab that name and literally repeat that name later.
So you're out on your own and you hear somebody say your name-- "I'm over here.
" So you start going this way.
So what you have to do if this happens-- you got a piece of vine, you make a circle out of it, you step through the circle, you say your own name and you reclaim your name.
Every Tribal Council I say, "Fire represents life.
Your identity is represented by your fire.
" Since the merger, every person voted off the island has had their torch mysteriously blown out by the wind.
And without anyone noticing, we had to re-light it so it could be ceremoniously snuffed out instead.
Also at Tribal Council, I started blowing this conch shell.
Okay.
Folklore says that the headhunters, when they would come back from their headhunting, they would blow the conch shell and the rain gods would release a storm to cleanse them of all their sins that they had committed for the people that they had beheaded.
What has happened at every Tribal Council? It's rained.
The last thing is probably the most beautiful thing about island life, involves snakes.
The truth is that when a snake comes to your camp, it is actually bringing you good luck.
If you treat the snake with respect, it will bring you good luck, but if you disrespect or taunt a snake, it'll bring you bad luck.
Joel can attest to that.
He chased a pit viper away from the Pagong camp, his fate was sealed.
Later that night Joel was voted off the island.
The most important thing right now is if you have listened carefully, I've given you everything you need to know to win tonight's immunity challenge.
Take a camera and pass it down.
Your immunity challenge tonight is to go into the jungle and there you'll find five masks for each one of you.
Behind each mask is a question.
Take the video camera, point it at yourself, record the answer.
When you're finished, take the mask with you.
First one back with all the correct answers wins immunity.
Let's do it.
This is for immunity.
Win this, you're going to the final four.
Survivors ready? Go! "What is one event" Their torches going out at, uh, the council.
"How can you turn the good luck from a visiting snake into bad luck?" Don't bother it, don't taunt it.
Not taunting it or anything.
Don't taunt it, don't do anything to it.
That's one.
I don't know.
"What will the sprits do when they hear the conch shell?" They'll cause it to rain to cleanse the, uh sins of the headhunters.
Okay.
Uh say your name and step through a hoop in vines.
Say your name and it will be all cleared up.
"from Tribal Council?" I don't know.
"According to legend, what must you do to respect the spirits in the Banyan tree?" Kill a goat.
Drain the blood from the goat.
And then pour the blood around in a circle.
"If the spirits cause you to" I don't know.
Five? Yeah.
Do you have all the answers? Sure do.
Yeah? Let me see it.
Four for four.
Last one.
I guess you get to keep this.
There you go.
SUSAN: Good job, Kelly.
Nice job, Wiglesworth.
Congratulations.
Thanks, guys.
SUSAN: The rain's coming sideways.
If it was coming straight down, we'd be over by the fire underneath the parachute.
That would be good over there, eh, Rudy? RUDY: Yeah.
Parachute might blow away.
SUSAN: I hope it's just an afternoon of this, Rudy.
I hope it's not raining tonight when we got to march up to tribal.
I don't know how Sean could sit up there.
Thought he had enough of it.
Cold and hungry.
I'm winning this thing.
You know, it's going to be an uphill battle for me, but I'm winning this thing-- the whole show.
RICHARD: So we're back to where we were, eh? We were just talking about whether it's Sean or Rudy.
RUDY: Myself and, uh, Rich are going right to the end.
You know, we hope that it will be us two in the end where the jury picks one of us.
Yeah.
It should be an interesting council.
Mm-hmm.
RICHARD: The balance of power I don't believe has shifted from me to Kelly, but certainly I've lost some footing.
Kelly wins immunity, and all kinds of things have to change and shift quickly.
So it's not as easy to remain a solid alliance in the midst of a lot of flux with so few people.
KELLY: Rich has said-- since he knows that Sue was plotting an alliance against him-- he has had to rearrange his strategy.
So, maybe they're not voting together.
I don't know.
To me, that just means game on.
SEAN: I think I've always looked at it, the next Tribal Council, there'll be, you know, a lot of votes cast in different directions that were never previously cast before.
I think the three people that are likely to vote for Sue are me, Richard and potentially Rudy.
Rudy's kind of swinging.
Rudy wants to wanted me whacked about three weeks ago, so, you know he's a good guy.
We sleep together, but he's ready to slit my throat in this contest any minute now.
Behind KELLY: I'm going to vote for either Rich or Sue.
Um it's time to get dirty.
No more Mr.
Nice Guy.
I as I said, I don't know.
It's every man for himself.
JEFF: Grab a seat.
I'll bring in the jury which is growing.
Now, Greg, Jenna, Gervase, Colleen.
They'll take a seat here to observe.
One of you will be joining this group tonight.
The other four will be moving on.
Tribal Council number 12.
This is big tonight, because if you make it through this vote, you make it to the final four.
Obviously the only person here doesn't have to worry tonight-- Kelly Wiglesworth.
Kelly, how much did you need to win that immunity? Desperately.
Desperately.
You're convinced you were gone if not? Pretty much, yeah.
In the situation we're in tonight, as a result, you go from somebody who might well have been voted off to the absolute swing vote.
You can't be voted on, but you're going to vote for somebody.
Indeed.
Did the mood around you change at all in the last day? I'd say so, yeah.
I think the mood, you know pretty much everybody with the whole group and the new dynamics and three days left has changed quite a bit.
JEFF: What about you, Rich? What do you think the take is on you from the American public point of view.
Hopefully, the people who watch the show would see somebody who's kind of known what he was looking for from the beginning, and has kind of worked toward his goal as ethically as he could do it.
JEFF: Rudy, you been around a long time.
You're definitely the veteran of this group.
You're flying low under the radar.
What do you think people are saying about you at this point? Well, I know the whole Atlantic fleet is saying "What's that old son of a doing in there?" You know, and, uh, I'll have to answer 'em when I get back.
Do you think your buddies are going, "Go, Rudy!" Or, "I can't wait to see this guy?" Oh, yeah, yeah.
They're behind me.
They'd better be.
Even after you said you liked the homo? Huh? That's a good question, though.
You've made a couple of jokes, you know, that Rich is definitely a friend, but you wouldn't want to be seen with him around your buddies.
When we're done with this, I'm going to shake his hand and hope I never see you again.
That's it.
Is there a sense of dread coming over you guys that, you know, this whole idea of the alliance now has to be reckoned with? Actions come into play.
At one point, whether it was happenstance or not, Pagong members were voted off one by one.
Now they're sitting across from you ready to say, "Now it's my turn.
" How's that sittin' with you, Sean? It's sitting fine with me.
I think the people that got to know me, got to understand me and know where I'm coming from But, you know, like I said I've conducted myself in a different manner than everybody, you know-- unique.
Uh, was it smart? I don't know.
Did it make me feel good? Absolutely.
Yeah.
I mean, I'm very comfortable with them judging me at this point.
JEFF: Last question-- Sue: At one point you said early on I think, in fact, it might have been to Rich I'm not sure.
One of the first few days here, you said, "Listen-- "I'm just a redneck and corporate America isn't going to play here.
" RICHARD: Oh, she sure did.
But just a couple of Tribal Councils ago, you made a pretty good case for the fact that what goes on here at Survivor is really no different than what goes on in corporate America.
Oh, yeah.
So my question is what has won out-- simple Midwestern values, or the harsh reality of corporate life? It ain't over with yet, so you can't say who's won out yet, eh? The idea of money-- money makes the world go round.
Money is greed, money is what everybody thrives for.
I don't care what anybody says anymore.
Um it's what spins us.
It can make life a little bit easier.
If you're, you know, struggling, or whatever, it helps.
Big fights, divorces happen over shortages of money, so a lot to be said about money, Jeff.
That's what we're talking about.
On that note it's time to vote.
Rich.
I'm voting for Sue tonight.
Not for any particular reason.
She's a good friend of mine and will always be a good friend of mine, but it's a self- preservation maneuver and, uh, needed to be done.
It was fun.
Good luck, buddy.
Fire definitely represents life on the island.
Across from you now, 11 staffs.
Another one will be added to that group tonight.
Four of you will move on.
I'll go tally the votes.
Once the votes are tallied, the decision is final and the person will be asked to leave the island immediately.
I'll read the votes.
"Sue.
" "Sean.
" "Sean.
" "Sean.
" You need to bring me your torch.
Maybe the jungle is speaking to us.
SEAN: Wow someone snuck up behind me.
Come on.
It went out during the vote.
No The tribe has spoken, the jungle has spoken.
It's time for you to go.
I'll see you in a few days.
Good-bye.
JEFF: Sean's torch went out during the Tribal Council.
Since the merger, every person voted off has had their torch go out.
You guys have made it to the final four.
We'll have a final Tribal Council, where the jury will decide who leaves this island with a lot of bragging rights and a lot of cash.
You can head back to camp.
I'll see you tomorrow.
I like to think I was the last good person down.
I hope that's the way America remembers me.
I conducted myself very well here.
There are people I genuinely like on there, but there are some very um callous, cold and duplicitous people remaining in the contest.
Good luck, guys.
See you later, America.
It's been a blast.
Bye.