Interrogating Shane's Flapping Shirt
Jeff asks Terry how frustrated he got, reminding him that he made the comment about "moms not being as important" -- remembering to mention the fact that the show is airing on Mother's Day -- and confronts him about having yelled at Cirie for putting her torch down in a way that did not please him. To his credit, Terry basically admits that Cirie was right that when he would do things like lecture her about the torch, he was actually mad about what was going on in the game, in that case because Shane had been booted. Terry quickly changes the subject away from his own jerky behavior and congratulates the former Casayans for sticking together as well as they did. "Yes, it frustrated me," he says. Clearly, the story Terry is telling himself in his head is the There Was Nothing More I Could Have Done story. He has concluded that the Casayans were simply too tough, so it doesn't matter that he never had much of a plan more sophisticated than "How would you like to make the game easier for me and harder for yourself? Doesn't that sound great?"
Jeff asks Aras 2.0 how he tried to start fire with his mind or whatever, and looks like he might bust out laughing himself. Jeff definitely wants to bring this up, but doesn't seem like he precisely knows what he wants to ask, because the question sort of sounds like, "People made fun of you for being a yoga-liking pussy. What have you learned?" I'm not sure how Aras is supposed to answer that. The way he does answer it is mostly to speak in generalities how it was "a rite of passage." Aras talks about going against "ultimate guy" Terry, and how holding his own against Terry made him so confident that he's (presumably) almost ready for his own apartment.