The DiSalvatores go last. They approach the props with their usual chaos, although Silvio and Mason grab two large props and save themselves some time. Dee interviews that she was rooting for the DiSalvatores to go home over the Ricos. That's right, Dee. There is much screeching from Amy. So much screeching. It's just awful. But they somehow manage to come through, creating an unstable, unorganized pile of stuff that manages to hold up long enough for the win. Reno says they did it in two minutes and forty-six seconds. Danny Rico starts to cry. Blake DiSalvatore does not bask in the glow of victory because somehow, with those parents, he managed to learn how to be a good winner and not make the Ricos feel worse than they already do.
Ricardo gets to speak for the entire family because he's the man of the house. He gets all choked up and says he feels like they already won because they made new friends and got to see some of America in an RV. Also, his wife is hot, so he always wins. Ricky says he'll miss Aaron, who gives him a big hug. Rico has to sit in the "we lost" family photo, so I guess that ankle injury really was bad. Fortunately, they don't have a very long ride home to Katy.