Anyway, it's soon back to the game, as both families examine their cubes and discover that they're going to Universal Studios. But first, the DiSalvatores show Grandma their RV. You know that the Cootes just shoved poor Grandma into their RV and took off. Sure enough, while the Coote children excitedly tell their grandmother about all the stuff they've done on the trip, Jennifer interrupts to order her daughter up front to help figure out the cube, mostly because Keith has no idea how to put the final 4-cube clue together and thinks that two obviously mis-matched pictures go together. And then he bonks Jake on the head with one of the cubes, causing the rest of the family to laugh their asses off. So mean! I should email Grandma Coote with a lecture about how it's not nice to laugh at children when they get hurt. And Jennifer is the worst! "Jake, you okay? Shake it off, buddy, come on." Cassidy finally speaks up and says her mother doesn't even care that her son is hurt. Jennifer says she does care, but she obviously doesn't. And with such an evil edit, there's no way the Cootes are going to win this thing, right? Meanwhile, the DiSalvatores have a scrapbook to show off to their Grandma. I think scrapbooks are lame, but Amy's is actually pretty good.
Both families arrive at Universal for a VIP tour. Jennifer won't be enjoying any of it because she'll be too busy looking for a cube. By the way, this is not the VIP tour. This is the tour everyone takes with the fake broken bridge and flash floods. It scares the crap out of Silvio, though. Sure enough, the cubes are on the tour, hiding under some netting next to Jaws. Jennifer is about ready to just jump out of the moving tram and grab both cubes, but she does end up waiting for it to come to a stop and the tram operator let them off.