Brian and Ted return to camp with the treemail, bragging that they haven't yet opened it. Except Ted says, "We haven't opened it. I just opened it. It look like a book!" which confuses me. The others exclaim over the item, and Helen deems it "incredible." The clue reads as follows, "A picture is worth a thousand words. You only needs two./ The one to get this last reward will be rejuvenated when you're through./ It's time to dine on good food and wine, and wait -- there's a whole lot more./ This reward's the one for you, if you're hungry, tired, and sore." Clay raises both hands in the air and announces that the reward is obviously intended for him, since he's the one always asking about food. So does that mean whoever talks the most about the million dollars deserves to win it? Not in Helen's opinion; she shoves Clay and yells that he's already had his share and won't get any more. This is more an affectionately teasing display than one of anger or irritation. As the tribe continues to joke about the reward, we see Brian skulking off in the background. Ted explains in an interview that he's trusted people "maybe 80-85%" so far, but he won't sit back now and base the end results on that trust.
Now, a bored-looking Clay lies in the foreground of the camera shot, while behind him we see Ted drawing a little face in the sand for Helen. It looks like the face has horns, so clearly it's Shii Devil. He scrubs out Shii Devil and, as we see him continue to write, voice-overs that his strategy from the beginning of the game has been to adapt to every new situation. Clearly, he tried to "adapt" a little to well to Grindia. In any case, he wanted to talk to Helen about her feelings on the Final Four, and explains that he drew an alternate option in the sand, which proposed eliminating Clay, leaving Helen, Jan, Brian and Ted. We see he's written "BHTJ" in the sand, while Helen mouths it out and makes typically over-exaggerated facial expressions. Meanwhile, an apparently clueless Clay aimlessly chews on something while Brian examines his feet. (Brian's feet, not Clay's feet. Because that would be nasty.) Ted tells us that once they get rid of Clay, they can decide how to "operate with Brian" -- whether to keep or eliminate him. As they continue to mouth words at each other, Ted voice-overs that it was good to know he and Helen were on the same page about Clay. As Ted continues telling us that Clay is the next logical choice to be voted out because he makes no contribution to camp, we see Helen has written in the sand, "What does he do?"