So breakdancing instructor Michael explains that curling is kind of like "shuffleboard meets bowling meets ice-skating," and he calls it terrifying. Everybody kind of sucks at it (one of the guys asks Reed if his "husband" curls too, which I'd like to point out is actually ALLOWED in Canada), which is normal the first time you try it, although Juan kind of smarmily says it's all about flexibility, balance and touch, and he has all three.
Back at the hotel, Kiptyn tells Mike and Mark there are two cards. One reads, "Mark and Mike: come with me to the top of the world. Jillian." The other card is from Chris, who really ought to wait until Jillian discards these guys before making his move. Anyway, his card reads: "One rose. One stays, one goes." Mike tells us that if there was a hidden camera at the hotel, she'd see how some of the guys really are.
Anyway, back at the rink, Jillian explains that she's dividing the guys up into teams, and the winning team gets to take her out. Sadly, it doesn't look like they're going to be playing Canada's curling version of the Harlem Globetrotters, who are ... I'm just kidding. Canada doesn't have a curling version of the Harlem Globetrotters. Anyway, Team Blue consists of Tanner, Wes, Ed, Reed and Michael. One of the guys yells: "You guys are going down. In a bad way!" I'd like for him to explain exactly what he thinks the other team going down in a good way would mean. (Again, though, it's OK! You're in Canada!) Red team is Juan, Dave, Jake, Jesse and Robby. Jake is planning on saying goodbye to the blue team as they walk out the door with Jillian.