They get a treat basket, and act like they haven't seen food in weeks. I've watched this whole season ladies, I've seen you guys eat on a fairly regular basis, and the three of you went on a reward challenge, like, three days ago.
Kim is next, and does pretty well until she says "when I sent one of you home" which some people might not appreciate. I don't know. People will either give her props for the game she played, or be bitter because of it. It could go either way.
Sabrina needs to plead her case a little more, since she never won an individual reward or immunity. She tries for the I'm-a-great-person-outside-the-game, bringing up the inner-city teacher thing, as well as the fact that she just got laid off (which does suck). It's a good try, but I don't think that's ever worked for anyone.
Now it's time for the jury to speak. Jonas is first and he has a sense of humor about it; he wants to know what Chelsea's biggest move is -- she says it was getting rid of Kat. Jonas also wants to know why Kim didn't take Christina to the final three. Kim admits she was tempted, but if she was truly going to play a good game, she had to go to the end with the best.
Christina asks Kim who she should take out, between Chelsea and Sabrina, and Kim picks Chelsea, since she has a better chance of winning against her. Jay has no hard feelings, but wants to know why Sabrina took it so easy -- was it strategy or laziness? Sabrina of course says that was strategy -- she'd be stupid to say it was just her personality.
Mike wants to know what Kim's definition of a blindside is, and if she's perfected it. He points out to her that she's taken all the blame for all of her blindsides, which may be used against her. Or for her, if you can look at it impartially and appreciate the game play, which is kind of what Kim's banking on.
Oh goodness, it's Tarzan's turn. He talks about his wife a whole bunch. Again, I appreciate that he really, really loves her, but it's neither the time nor the place.
Leif is still hurt that he's been voted off, and wants to know why and how. Kim is smart and replies that it's because she thought he was a threat (make him feel important). Sabrina blames Kim, and Chelsea doesn't answer.
Alicia's turn, and she calls herself a "kingpin" with her "pawns," and basically spends her whole time talking about how awesome she (Alicia) is. She doesn't ask a question, and she's totally voting for Kim.
Troyzan is up, and is only asking Kim a question (the only one he has a problem with) -- when did she make her move against him? Her answer is when she took out Jonas, which Troyzan thinks is the wrong answer.
Kat was really upset about being voted out (no, really?) but it was Kim who really destroyed her. And she's apparently had two open heart surgeries, and needs one more? So she doesn't have time to be mad? I don't really understand what one has to do with the other, but she makes Chelsea cry. Of course, that may be what Kat was looking for.
Voting time. Troy votes for Sabrina; Kay votes for Kim, even though she's upset; and we don't see the rest of the votes. I think Kim's won it. But we (and they) have to wait until the reunion special in New York to find out who has won. Lucky for us, that's happening right now.
And it's Kim! Taking the risk of being the bad guy worked for her, and letting her be the bad guy blew up in Chelsea's face. Chelsea did not get a single vote that we saw; Sabrina got two.
Kim wasn't my favorite, but I can't deny that she deserved it.