Exile Island. Bruce. He looks at a written version of the clue Jeff gave Misty, which is substantially more valuable than the clue Jeff actually gave Misty, because the word "why" is in quotation marks both times that it appears. Meaning that the word "why" -- or, probably, the letter "Y" -- is indeed the key to the clue, just as many of us suspected. Bruce's new clue to add to the previous clue is that the idol is located above the tide line. It also shows him a map with a strip of the island marked off to emphasize where the idol is not. He interviews that he intends to look for the idol once he has his fire going. Unfortunately, he does something to screw up his flint, so there is no fire for Bruce. Martial arts ensue, but fire does not shoot from his fingers. Later, Bruce does not enjoy a long night of rain, saying that he would not wish this on his worst enemy. Awesome trivia: I once had a teacher tell me I was so badly behaved that she wouldn't wish a kid like me on her worst enemy. Considering what a total nerd I was, this was mostly an illustration of her complete lack of perspective, but the whole thing went down in history mostly as the only time my mother -- who taught at my school and religiously stayed out of my business -- went to another teacher all, "You said WHAT to my kid?" Oh, Mom.
At La Mina on Day 6, the team is discussing the prospect of going out to do some fishing, and Sally and Nick agree to go out and try the fishing spear. They agree that nobody really knows what they're doing with it, so they'll just have to try it out. Terry demonstrates how to use it a little bit, and then he says, "Just remember to hold onto it." He kind of makes it look easy, which was probably a mistake. Sally and Nick paddle out, and she starts in with the spear. She wonders out loud if she should have practiced more, and she specifically talks about how bad it would be to lose it. As she explains in an interview, we see her take the spear and wrap the band around her wrist, just like you're supposed to. What we do not see is how she actually manages to lose the spear. Which...she does. She immediately dives to try to find it, but the water is too deep, and she can't get to it. Nick tells Sally as she bobs next to the raft that she doesn't need to freak out over it; it's the kind of thing that can happen. Which I appreciated, because it's pretty much true. Sally feels horrible, and is very nervous about coming back to the tribe with news that she lost the spear. When she gets back and tells Terry and Very Pale Dan, they give her the evil eye.