The DiSalvatore boys arrive at the cube first, and Blake takes the one on the orange platform while Mason takes the purple one. That leaves Cassidy with no cube. She runs back and takes one from Blake, who took the Cootes' cube by accident. Amy interviews that she feels no remorse for this, as Blake made a simple mistake. Plus, the Cootes tried to take her cube and her mother at the first stop, so it kind of evens things out. I just don't know why the families are still racing each other when this is obviously not a competition. Both families quickly figure out that they're heading for the Roosevelt Hotel, although the Cootes make sure to hide their box from the DiSalvatore's view, as if the DiSalvatores don't have the exact same box of their own to look at. It makes no sense.
The families return to their RVs. The Cootes put their third cube into the 4-cube puzzle, and Jennifer says she thinks that the fourth cube will be the final piece that will tell them where they need to go next. I wonder how she came up with that? Could it be that it's because Reno told everyone that at the beginning? The RVs arrive in Hollywood, and the families think it's awesome and exciting because they don't have to live there. The RVs arrive at the Roosevelt hotel for a really awkward dinner with the Coote and DiSalvatore families in adjacent booths. Shockingly, there is little to no conversation between the two families. Actually shockingly, Jennifer interviews that she has no idea why the DiSalvatores like her family. It might have something to do with the fact that you guys don't like them and you're really unpleasant and you cheat to win and then you brag about it. And so, the Cootes reminisce about the first challenge and how the DiSalvatores accused them of cheating, which I still think they did. But all Reno did was hold a cue card in front of his face, so they got away with it. But then their prize was a dinner on a concrete bridge with two strangers, so the joke was on them. Jennifer says she'd rather be in the final two with a family the Cootes were close with, but I don't think that family exists.