While Blue heads off to change, Red gets to work unloading the first truck, and they stack the boxes in front of the entrance in a feeble attempt to prevent Blue from leaving. This plan is foiled by Blue's ability to MOVE BOXES A FEW INCHES TO THE SIDE and they leave on their waterpark day trip at Raging Waters, where Justin and Bryan race each other and Robyn and Clemenza continue to bond. Meanwhile, back at the kitchen, another truckload shows up, this one with fifty forty-pound bags of ice. Tiffany moans and complains like a champ ("Just shoot me," she whines at one point, and don't tell me most of the audience didn't immediately fantasize about honoring that request). Then her half-assedness causes a bag to spill open all over the kitchen floor, prompting more whining, and I'd given her even odds that the cubes could still wind up in people's drinks. "My life sucks right now," she tells us, like she's got it so rough.
Barbie has grabbed the easy job of moving the boxes and bags from the front of the truck all the way to the back of the truck so the rest of her team can carry them all the way up the stairs and into the kitchen. She does this until Kimmie comes out to call her on the bullshit, with Barbie ill-advisedly clinging to the notion that what she's doing is just as hard. There is some discussion of Kimmie's jogging habits. I mean, obviously Kimmie's not a world-class athlete, but Barbie's on shaky ground playing some kind of "laziness" card here. "Ooh, I wanna hit you so hard, you nasty bitch," says Kimmie. Or more likely cry all over her, Kimmie.
Given that Barbie is now working, you'd think Kimmie would lay off, except she turns up the sarcasm, enough so that Christina has to come out all "GOD SHUT UP" because seriously, Kimmie, shut up.
We watch a deathly dull "Bryan likes the really steep waterslide" montage, and then it's back to the kitchen, with trays of peppercorns that need to be ground, fryers that need their oil replaced, and potatoes that need peeling, and the women are too exhausted or perhaps even conscious to acknowledge the return of Blue, who seem a little tuckered out from all that sun and sliding themselves.
But after Red thinks they're done -- I assume everyone else finds it as hilarious as I do that Tiffany doesn't stop smoking even when she's in a hot tub -- there's another truck outside, honking impatiently. A surly Red team musters the energy to go outside, but it turns out to just be a single, small box that's addressed to everyone. The music amps up and there is much speculation and fretting from the contestants, like it's not going to be ANTHRAX for god's sake (side note: why not anthrax?). Then there is shrieking when the box is opened, and we go to commercial...