I think it was the ancient asian philosopher and war-monger, Feng Shui, who said (I paraphrase), "It's not how you behave when you lose that shows your true self, but how you win. But in Shii Ann's case, her behaviour is just obnoxious no matter how you look at it."
Yes, Shii Ann is gone from Survivor All-Stars, and I, like many I'm guessing, am glad. I barely liked her in her first season, couldn't understand why she was brought back as an All-Star, and sighed every week when she'd remain.
She was so junior high-school in last night's episode. "Hey, you know Brittany. She thinks you're cute!" Only substitute Survivor X for Brittany, and cute for hate.
Sad thing is Shii Ann will now be no doubt patting herself on her back for making it to the final six of the all-stars. Thing is, though, that she didn't make it that far by any skill or tactics or manipulation of other players, or anything. Not being a threat to win is not a strategy. She made it that far simply because the others saw her as a dispensible piece of lumber. She was the log they all sat on, and when the rest of the lumber was burnt up, they decided it was time to burn the Shii Ann sitting log.
And what a stinky piece of wood she was, too.
Five left. Now it'll get interesting.