Go! Jeff sort of goes back and forth between yelling out the progress of the actual challenge and yelling out the progress of the cheeseburger-eaters, which is awesome. There's not a lot to report here -- they all swim out and dive under to look at the symbols, and when they get back to shore, Aras arranges his symbols first, but he's wrong. So he has to head back out, and before he can get back, Terry solves it and wins immunity again. It makes Terry look kind of invincible, of course, but really, it's less than it appears. When five people sit out, your chances of winning improve considerably. It's not that he doesn't deserve the win, because he does, but it's got an asterisk next to it, because I don't know that he automatically would have beaten everyone, if everyone had chosen to play. It's just like the hang-from-a-pole challenge, really -- most people didn't care and didn't try that hard. Considering how badly Terry's team did in immunity challenges as a group, and given the fact that he still does things like take half the coconuts instead of all of them, you know that he's not at all the challenge monster that, say, Tom Westman was. Terry does collect the necklace, though, and they can't take that away from him. Nor can I, unfortunately.
Later, still on Day 24, Terry and Sally celebrate, as if it has something to do with her. Elsewhere, Aras tells everyone that either the idol was really easy to find, or nobody has it. Which I guess is his way of saying he did a good search, but it sounds assy, because it's him, and he can't not. They agree that they'll go 6-0 against Sally and just hope Terry doesn't have the idol. Aras interviews that he never had a choice about competing, because he knows he's the target if anyone is.
Now, for whatever reason, Terry decides to show the idol to Bruce in the shelter. That seriously has no explanation I can possibly think of, other than showing off. Bruce interviews that Terry did just seem to show it to him, and that, until then, he wasn't sure Terry had it, but now he figures that...he does. So the plot of that scene, if we can all review it together, was, "Guy shows another guy a thing he found. Other guy says he guesses the first guy has that thing he just showed him." Pass the popcorn!