Vu graciously thanks Theo and Laterrian for their time and sends them on their way. Msaada floats that Vu gave them a chance earlier to drop out and they didn't, so they're now going against their word. B/M hates Msaada so they cut her off and show people roughly pulling the goat by the horns. The goat is held on the ground as Kathryn justifies to James that they're going to eat the goat. James ruins her delusion by reminding her that Vu said its death is a "sacrifice" for their ancestors. Kathryn shuts up. Okay, so knife is out and people hold the goat down. Holly and the others call for James, but he stands right by the goat and says, "No, I want to watch this." Either he's trying to be brave and face that which he would normally shy away from, or he's the sicko that he has more and more recently appeared to be. Goat. Black screen. Goat. Black screen. What the hell is B/M doing? Oh, "building tension." Well, okay, it's working, I guess. Manipulative, but it's working. I don't want to see a goat die. Kathryn and James watch. We see the knife drag quickly across the neck and the goat jerk but they cut away before we see blood. Hey, why is Theo sitting behind Msaada? Go back to the hut, you bastard! You can't have no damn goat meat. So anyway, Kathryn is visibly disturbed by what we can't see, thankfully, off-camera. James just stares, transfixed. Music goes kooky, slowing down and stopping harshly. It's a good effect, and we get a slo-mo close-up of Kathryn looking very sad and disgusted. And...scene. Man, that was the longest fucking segment in Road Rules history. Aw, yo, this is the first commerical?! The first. Oh, I'm going to cry.
Episode Report CardStee: D | 290 USERS: C+
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