Welcome to the fourth tribal council, Punakha.
You have until 5:30 PM EST tomorrow to cast your vote to firstname.lastname@example.org. The tribal council questions are optional but highly recommended, and if you answer a question there is a chance I will ask you a follow up question.
To All: Even with a sizable advantage, you still lost today's challenge by a fair margin. Is this tribe destined to continue to lose? How does this string of losses affect gameplay?
Andrew: Last tribal council was a very divided vote; have alliances solidified now, or are there still a lot of variables at play in what the voting blocs will be this tribal?
Britney: When you took the mystery clue at the bazaar, you seemed to attract a lot of attention and received five votes last tribal. Are you worried that it could be you tonight; if so, what's your argument to your tribe to keep you?
Gregory: What's the main weakness of this tribe as a unit? Is it a lack of cohesion, activity, overstrategizing, or something else?
Harry: You were almost eliminated last tribal council; do you think you are on top of things now or do you think you'll be on the wrong side of the vote tonight? And if you say "Who knows", I will silently judge you.
Joey: You were the main target of Seb's rage last tribal council; do you think that the players in the game have a better view of you or a similar one to Seb?
Marty: Being one of the only two females on this tribe, as well as one of the two brains, you seem at first glance to be in the minority; are things as clear as that, or are tribal/gender lines nonexistent in tonight's vote?
Romeo: Are threats starting to emerge in the game? If so, what kind of threats are they: strategic, social, or physical ones?
Zepher: No Beauty member has been eliminated from the game yet. Do you think that may put a target on your back, and if so, what have you done to counteract that?
Probst: If anyone has a hidden immunity idol and would like to play it, now is the time to do so.
No one stands up.
Probst: Alright, I will now read the votes.
...Gregory. That's one vote Joey, one vote Gregory...
...Gregory. That's four votes Gregory, one vote Joey...
...4th Person Voted Out of Survivor: Bhutan...
The final vote tally was 7-1.
[The below is filler. Do not read into it.]
Gregory opens his mouth, surprised by the outcome of the vote. Joey smiles, seeing that he didn't go home. As Gregory marches up to get his torch snuffed by Probst, the tribal council area is silent. Probst snuffs Greg's torch before dismissing the remaining castaways back to camp.