Still in flashback-land, we see Crusoe and Susannah all grown up and in love in London, and Crusoe VO-ing that he "will return to you, Susannah." I don't get it. Would he like to get off this island? I am in need of more examples.
Finally back in the present, Crusoe and the Cap'n discuss what will become of him once he leads them to the treasure. He pretty much tells him he's going to kill him, and Crusoe resolves to keep the wild goose chase going. He has no plan beyond that, clearly, but at least he's doing something. In the meantime, the Cap'n shoots the wounded pirate from earlier dead for slowing them down. And we see Friday running to the rescue, but it's unclear how far away he is. Or how he's going to take out a gang of bloodthirsty pirates single-handedly, but again, I cannot express to you how much I do not care.
Crusoe leads them to a river, and the Cap'n instructs one of his men to wade out to the middle of it to see how deep it is. For some reason. He quickly gets consumed by piranhas, and Judy just thinks it's hilarious, but the Cap'n does not. He tells Crusoe to stop dicking around and lead them across the river or he'll stab him. How do they get across the river? By way of giant hamster wheels suspended across the cliffs. Just when you think this thing can't get any more retarded.
Friday comes upon the pirate the Cap'n just killed and steals his British military coat. I would do the same; it's a sweet jacket.
Back to the hamster wheel caper, Judy, the Cap'n, Crusoe and the map man are across, and Judy is hitting on Crusoe. He tells her he can't get with her because he has a wife, and men in the 18th century were known mostly for their fidelity, so we go to another flashback. It's before Crusoe and Susannah are married, and he is broke as a joke, but she doesn't mind. They are in love! Love is great and all, but I was promised adventures. This is not adventure, this is financial woe and sappy relationship crap! Susannah's really pretty, though. She looks like a cross between Calista Flockhart and Lena Olin. Again, can we get her on a real series? All these flashback people are so competent!
Friday has caught up to the hamster wheel, and quickly starts firing arrows on the gang. Judy grabs Crusoe and puts a knife to his throat, ordering Friday to throw his weapons over the cliff or else. He does it, and she orders him to hurl himself over the cliff. Okay, I will admit that this qualifies as an adventure. Friday gives Judy a bitchy look, turns and walks away. Judy cuts the hamster wheel rope so he can't follow them.