The squads reach a wooden wall that they have to get over with the Zodiacs. After a few people scramble over, Wolf orders them to stop for some reason. Recruits Brown and Park argue on the top of the wall about how Brown should get down. I don't see what the problem is. She doesn't want to get down. He's yelling at her. I guess she's just mad that he's yelling all the time, but it's a military mission. She finally slides down. In an interview, Recruit Park says that the women were mad that the men took charge, and he thinks it was just because most men are stronger than most women. Well, that's true, but I can see why the women would be annoyed if the men were just bossing them around all the time and not listening to what they had to say. Recruit Brown tells Recruit Jackson that he and Park are ordering people around too much. Okay, they only have four hours here and they're taking time out to discuss this now? Can't it wait until afterwards? Recruit Park says that he's skating on thin ice with the women, and he has some smoothing over to do. The squads get back in the boats and spot Point Glory. The music tries to build up suspense, but since we have no idea how much time has elapsed, we don't know if they are close to succeeding or not. Everyone rows.
One of the DIs sets off a flare, and the squad rows over to him. Recruit Wolf tells them to bring the boat in. DI Francisco informs them that they finished in two hours and twenty-seven minutes, so they win. Dude, that wasn't even close! Maybe they gave them an easy one the first time. Everyone celebrates. In an interview, Recruit Wolf says, "I proved to the squad that pre-boot camp: pretty boy. Post-boot camp: disciplined and ready to play the game." Wow. I hate to say this, but Wolf? Not a pretty boy. Not at all. ["Word." -- niki] DI Francisco tells them that Recruit Wolf has amnesty now. In an interview, Recruit Wolf says that they all understand that he's a leader, and none of them had a complaint. Clearly, he hasn't talked to the women. Recruit Whitlow says that she and most of the women felt left out when carrying the boats. Recruit Hutak says that there are a lot of strong women in the squad, both mentally and physically, and she thinks that the women could have carried the boats just fine.