The DiSalvatores go first. Reno says he'll tell Silvio what the combination to the first safe is, and Silvio faces the other direction and prepares to race off. Reno reminds him that he'll need to listen to him first, and Silvio asks if that requires that he has to look at Reno. For real, Silvio. I wouldn't want to look at Reno either. Reno reads the combination. Silvio runs off and tells Mason and totally forgets one of the numbers. This challenge was made for the DiSalvatores to lose, I'm afraid. The combination goes down to the other end of the train, and it's not correct, of course. The family members go back to Silvio, and Mason is clearly pissed off at his dad for screwing them up. Silvio gets the code from Reno again and makes it back to Mason with the correct numbers. He tells them to Blake and turns around to give Silvio a "great job, Dad." Silvio looks very sad. The rest of the safe openings go off without a hitch, and Silvio stops the time at seven minutes and two seconds.
Next up are the Pollards. They have to think of a strategy, and Amie says Anslie and Aaron shouldn't have to talk to each other because they don't get along. Anslie is worried about this challenge because she's "very bad at numbers." Also not so good with telling people directions, as we've seen before. Aaron gets the first code and correctly gives it to Amie, who gives it to Anslie, who gives it to Ron. He opens the safe and gets the next code. But on the way back, Anslie gets her numbers wrong and gives Ron the wrong code. The DiSalvatores have a chance! Anslie runs back and gets the correct code from a very patient Amie, who interviews that she recognized how hard this challenge could be for a twelve-year-old and tried to keep Anslie calm and focused. Anslie gets the correct code back to Ron, and then back to Aaron, and they've passed the DiSalvatore's time by the time Ron is at the second-to-last safe. The DiSalvatores live! I will not be bored out of my mind next week! Well, no more than usual. Jennifer Coote is very happy to see the Pollards lose because she knows they're her family's only competition. Aaron gets to the last safe and stops the timer at eight minutes and fifty-five seconds. I really want to wipe those smug smiles off the Coote's faces. Amie interviews that her heart broke when she heard that they were still in danger of going home.