Aras interviews that Terry was very upset about this comment. Aras tells us that he "didn't feel good" about saying it, because it wasn't fair. Oh, I think it was. And I think Aras thinks it was. But I think Aras knows he can't prove it, because often, sexist attitudes are very subtle, and unless you can say what specific remarks you're talking about, you can't make that kind of a crack, which is true. Aras tells Terry that he apologizes. Aras thinks that he crossed the line, and he was totally wrong. He goes belly-up, offering not at all the usual reality-show pretend apology, but a real apology. Which real apology, you can immediately tell, is not at all what Terry wanted. Terry wanted to keep it as something to be mad about; he didn't actually want Aras to apologize. Aras BSs in his interview that maybe he and Terry have "helped each other grow." Grow less mature and rational, maybe. They shake hands.
Over at the fire, Cirie and Chiclets are very curious about what Terry and Aras are talking about. "Why they hate each other," Cirie suggests. Heh. I've had that conversation with people, believe it or not.
Chiclets explains that now, tribal council is going to be a little different than her and Terry were hoping. Aras has immunity, Terry has hidden immunity, so Chiclets anticipates that she and Terry will vote against Cirie, while Cirie and Aras will vote against her. She sees a tiebreaker in the offing -- probably a fire-building thing. And then a rather funny sequence follows in which Terry and Aras give lessons to Chiclets and Cirie, respectively, on how to build fire with flint and get the fire going. Aras adds advice to have fun and not worry about it, and to be proud of how far she's already come. Cirie tells us that she feels very nervous, but she also thinks she'll be okay with making fire. She hasn't seen Chiclets make too many fires herself, so she's just letting Chiclets believe she has the upper hand. For her part, Chiclets thinks she can beat Cirie at starting fires. It's like they're both brimming with unjustified confidence, which is fun.
Chiclets also floats the idea with Terry of having him give her the idol, on the theory that as long as Aras and Cirie don't know she has it during the vote, that could be a way of ensuring that they got Cirie out. It's an interesting plan, and it might work, but it's certainly not one I'd take if I were Terry. It's too risky for the limited benefit of getting Chiclets to F3 instead of Cirie. Terry needs to count on his ability to get himself to F2 by winning the F3 challenge; that's not going to change.