Rachel camera-talks now that they could see the dudes, and they looked like a bootleg version of The Backstreet Boys. Heh. They look more like Color Me Badd to me. Now some guy who looks like the 7-Up spokesman dude but without the money or the comic timing says that "it has been proposed" (as if by some other entity -- some government body of sad little retarded ad hoc college social groups) that the kids and the "posse" have some athletic challenge match for the horns. (Oh, okay, maybe that retarded government is B/M. That would make sense.) The Ass Cowboy mumbles that someone has stolen their "mojo," and and asks if they want to step up. Sarah tells them they're stupid and Rachel yells for her to walk away.
Now there is more food thrown as Sarah gets a cell phone and calls the cops on Color Me Terrible. Huh. Sarah shows up with the cop, walking all proud like she did something good. Hee. How sad. Now the douchebags all pile into the back of a pick-up, but the cops give chase, pulling over the Crapmobile. Meanwhile, Sarah is walking with the camera making little comments like, "Run. You're going to get caught," still very proud of her ability to dial a phone. Now the cops have the guys pulled over and the Ass Cowboy talks about never saying anything specific about what was stolen. He stumbles over the word, "specific," and then says, all stupid and smiling, "I'm a public relations major and I know what specifics are." Sarah comes back with one good line: "I'm majoring in theatre and you're a really bad actor."
Now Sarah is getting her case number. Lame-o. Meanwhile, Darrell tells Shane they didn't come all this way to fall, and Shane tells Darrell he couldn't have done this without him. Shane would totally go to hug Darrell right now, but he already is. "Hey, you too, dog," says Darrell. They go back and forth trading "no, it was more you"'s and then the air horn sounds as the mission is over. They made it. Wow. Standing In Place For Three Hours. What a feat.
We see Sarah walking as Shane camera-talks, "Sarah sucks." He says he's very angry he had to carry her weight. Now the kids -- including Sarah, who seriously shouldn't even get a piece of crust -- eat pizza as Sarah recounts her daring story of calling the cops and the tools evading the police. Kendal then busts her, camera-whoring that she's making this huge production and trying to redeem herself. Kendal makes a face as she walks away from Sarah, then continues camera-talking that Sarah is trying something, but that it's sad. Hee. Rachel now tells Sarah straight up that they keep putting their faith in her but she keeps letting them down. Sarah says she understands. Now Rachel camera-talks that she loves Sarah, but upon the next mission they fail, she's giz-zone.