Welcome to tribal council, Pagoda. Congratulations on immunity, Whitney.
You must send your votes to...you know what, if y'all don't get the drill by now, then you're on your own!
To All: With the final three only two tribals away, jury threats must be big targets on this stage. Who are the biggest jury threats and why?
Evan: You received four votes last tribal and had an immunity nullifier played on you - what are the odds of you going home tonight, and why should you be spared?
Kevin: You also almost went home last night in a close 2-1-0 vote. Are you just lucky to be alive, or are you really in control of your destiny?
Mya: At this point, how big of a role does trust play in the game? Are you trying to go to the end with people you trust to bring you there, or just people you think you can beat?
Sami: There were obviously some heated words exchanged after the final 6 tribal council - how much tension/anger is there in the game? Where does that tension come from?
Whitney: You've won immunity, so you're now guaranteed a spot in the final four, meaning you don't have to worry about your own safety tonight. How big of an advantage is that, and does that make you play any differently since you have it? How so?
Probst: If anyone has a hidden immunity idol and would like to use it, now would be the last time to do so.
No one stands up.
Probst: Alright, I will now read the votes.
...Evan. That's two votes Evan, one vote Kevin...
...15th Person Voted Out of Survivor: Myanmar...
[The below is filler. Do not read into it.]
Evan scoffs, expecting this outcome. He doesn't hug or say good-bye to anyone, but silently grabs his torch and walks to Probst to get his torch snuffed. He walks off into the darkness afterwards, as Probst dismisses the final four castaways, a couple days away from the end.