The RVs arrive at the Little House site, where I see they've got people in costume doing 1800s pioneer activities. Amie doesn't think her children would fare well in the 1800s. "My kids are rotten," she says. Whoops! She meant "spoiled rotten." I think. But also, Amie? Whose fault is it that your kids are spoiled rotten? That's right, it's your fault. Then some asshole fires off a rifle without warning anyone. This is the second episode in a row where something like this has happened. Why so many surprise gunshots going off in close proximity to the children, show? While Amie is interviewing, another gunshot goes off. "Wow, they just killed another possum," she says, licking her lips. Just kidding, Amie! You're cool. The DiSalvatores arrive at the Little House site to wreak havoc on these poor simple folk and remind them all that they're from New York and it's so awesome. Son Blake disapproves of the raccoon stew the actors are making, saying that in New York, raccoons can be found in "garbages." Do they eat the garbages with their teeths, Blake? Do they count sheeps when they're trying to fall asleep at night? The settlers try to recruit Silvio to help them with some manual labor, but his sons quickly correct them that Amy does all the work in this family. That's not really something that you should be proud of, Silvio.
Apparently, no one else got to see the Little House site, as after the break, we're suddenly heading for a "good ol' Kansas cookout." That doesn't sound good at all. The Montgomerys pretend to be excited about this. The overnight stay at some ranch brings up unpleasantness in the Faverey RV, as Dad Lenny reveals that the last time he stayed overnight at a farm, it was with a woman he almost married. No one wants to hear about this, least of all me. And the DiSalvatores are having a fight over whether or not the RV is running out of gas. I know the parents like fighting with each other and all, but their sons seem to really hate it, so maybe shut the hell up for their sake. The Rico family enjoys the view of Kansas. Ricardo asks when they'd ever get a chance to see "the heartland." Dude, you guys are from Katy, Texas. You're not all that far away from this stuff. Anyway, Husband and Wife Rico hold hands and talk about how much they love each other and how much fun they're having on this trip, so I'm sure they won't get eliminated this week or anything.