On the Coote RV, Jake is screaming about getting fired up. Things are actually calm and quiet on the DiSalvatore RV for the first time in the history of this show, as Silvio makes a speech about how much time they spent together and stuff while he also interviews that his family seriously needs the money, more than his wife and kids know. I get not telling the kids, but leaving the wife in the dark? Kinda lame. Also, how could Amy possibly have thought it was a good idea to leave Silvio in charge of the family finances? She deserves to be poor if she's going to let her money be managed like that. The RVs set out for the pier, and Cassidy checks out some stock footage of the Beverly Hills sign while Jake says what up to his homie Gs out the window. Good thing he's in Beverly Hills, or that would be a great way to get shot.
Finally, the RVs arrive at Pacific Ocean and the families get to see the ocean for the first time! Or, as Amy says, smell it. She thinks it smells delicious. Try putting your feet in it, Amy. Last time I did that near the Santa Monica pier, I got stung by a stupid jellyfish. And there's Santa Monica pier! Jake wants to go on the rollercoaster, even though it's actually pretty small and lame. Jennifer says the kids can enjoy Santa Monica and California after they win. Which means if they don't win, she won't let them go sight-seeing.
Finally, the families arrive for their final challenge. I could not be happier, mostly because that cube thing was incredibly boring and stupid. Either make it a race with a prize, or do something else. The families walk across the beach towards Reno. For the fiftieth time, he congratulates them for being the final two families and reminds them that they're competing for $100,000, a year's worth of gas from the product placement gas station, a trip back to Los Angeles, and four round-trip tickets on the crappy product placement airline. Will the cost of checking bags be included with that? Because if not, it's not worth it.