In time-lapse, the clouds clear away, and Jonathan uses the bell to summon the kids to the chapel. "Thankfully, the sun is out and it's warming up," Jonathan tells us at home. The kids cheer appreciatively. Jonathan announces that it's time for another showdown. And what's at stake this time? Same thing as last time; the showdown represents a chance for them all to change their class and their salary (although composition of the individual Districts will remain the same). He sends them all off to change into their showdown uniforms. Wow, not a good day to be running around outside in a t-shirt. "I do not want to lose this Upper Class position because you get the biiiig paaaay," Jared interviews, reclining on a hay bale in the barn, in which he has presumably stashed his collection of Faberge eggs. We see everyone getting changed and ready, and it looks like they got colored Bonanza City sweatshirts as well as t-shirts to wear. The Blue team's Olivia, 12, from Indiana, whom we've never met before, thinks her team is going to "rock it." The Yellow team meanwhile decries the Blue team's arrogance. Green cheers, and one of its members, Savannah (10, from Kentucky), says that Yellow deserves to be made laborers so they can actually do some work. "They're as lazy as a sack of potatoes," she drawls. So that's who she wants in charge of cleaning the outhouses? Think, Savannah!
Episode Report CardM. Giant: B- | 375 USERS: C+
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