Todd is the first to get to the end of the course and look at the questions. Amanda and Peih-Gee follow. When Todd gets back, he opens one of the locks. Amanda gets hers, too. And we get the rare unblurred shot of Amanda's ass as she tugs her camo swimsuit down, and it becomes clear that the issue with her behind is the cheek, as suspected. That suit is just not really big enough for her, which is exactly what was wrong with Jennifer Love Hewitt's bikini, by the way, and if she had worn one that fit, we'd have avoided the whole thing. But anyway. Peih-Gee gets her first lock open. Denise and Erik are pretty much out of it, so you can forget them. Todd and Amanda are in the lead with their second keys, but Peih-Gee is still in it. Todd gets his second lock open. Amanda does not get her second lock open, giving Todd a big lead, but Peih-Gee does get her second lock open, so a very miserable Amanda puts her head all the way down on the table before setting back out to slog across that swampy course that, like I said, I'm pretty sure is taking a huge, huge toll on these people. Peih-Gee keeps trucking; Todd is ahead of her, and he's now taking his third key back to the beginning. Peih-Gee is behind him a bit. Todd slogs. Peih-Gee slogs. Todd's key...does not work. He keeps turning it for a minute, like he thinks it's suddenly going to work, but it isn't. He has to go back out, and Peih-Gee is obviously running on fumes as she returns with her third key. She holds the key to her forehead, like she's praying, and then she goes to open the lock. It opens. She wins immunity...again. She takes the necklace. Lady looks worn out. Somebody's going tonight, Jeff reminds them all.
Back at camp, Peih-Gee is drying out her hair, and it's remarkable how nice it looks in some of these shots; hers is staying in much better shape than some. I don't know why hers doesn't look greasy and everybody else's does; I guess she probably got to wash it at the temple? As we watch her cook rice, she interviews that she's felt like an underdog the entire time, so it means everything to her to come back and win immunity. She tears up as she tells us that every time she doesn't have immunity, she expects to get voted out. They all eat nasty-looking soupy rice, and she says that it's one of her "proudest moments" to be staying in the game so long when the odds were so badly stacked against her. She says that things have been "mentally and physically exhausting," and at this point, I can believe it. Not when people say it on the third day, as they often do, but after a month, yes.