And it's time for the Grand Canyon. All the families get to visit it, although only one gets the helicopter tour. "The Grand Canyon is one of the seven wonders of the world. There are six more," Reno says. Then he giggles like a dumbass. The families are thrilled to see the Grand Canyon. Silvio has never seen it except in pictures and movies and can't wait to see it with his family. Seriously -- pictures and movies don't do the Grand Canyon justice. It's really something you have to see in person.
The families arrive at the Grand Canyon and they all find it amazing, of course. Amy says that the first most amazing thing she's ever seen in her life is the birth of her children, and the Grand Canyon is second. The Grand Canyon then can't believe that it always comes in second to the birth of children. The birth of children win all the King of the Road challenges and act obnoxious about it and it's just not fair! Meanwhile, the birth of children gloats all over the place and is really obnoxious. Darius says the Grand Canyon is even bigger than he imagined. Mason DiSalvatore says it's awesome, while Amy freaks out as her sons get too close to the edge. While she's worrying about them, Silvio is about to fall to an early demise. "I never thought that America would look this beautiful," he says. What's not beautiful is the shot right after that of Silvio's ass as he gingerly crawls towards the edge of the Canyon. The Pollards' view of the Canyon turns into a scream-fest when Amie is frightened by a squirrel. Except she thinks it's either a prairie dog or a gopher because they apparently don't have squirrels in Alabama. Probably because everyone there keeps shooting and eating them. It's a very tame squirrel, as they hold food out that it takes out of their hands. The kids are more excited about that than they are about the Grand Canyon. Amie insists on calling it a prairie dog. Doesn't she hunt squirrels down in Alabama? How does she not know? And sure enough, she says that if they were in Alabama, she would have shot and skinned the "prairie dog." Awesomely, the DiSalvatores meet up with the Pollards and Amy correctly identifies the squirrel as such. But then, tragically, Amy DiSalvatore herself is misidentified when the text on the screen under her name calls her "Blake DiSalvatore." This show is so boring that the editors can't stay awake long enough to do proper quality control. Pathetic. Amie seems to acknowledge that it is a squirrel and says if it was in Alabama, she'd kill it. She said that about it when it was a prairie dog, too, so way to recycle the joke, Amie. Amy finds this disgusting and tells us she won't be stopping by the Pollards for dinner anytime soon.