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.
RV. Driving. Rain. There is a leak in the front of the RV, so they stop. Then -- in the biggest Why Bother, B/M? You Lame-os moment -- Color Me Losers pulls up and returns the horns to Eric. The kids all thank them as Color Me Losers also give the kids a bottle of wine. I wouldn't drink that. The boys give gay hand signals as they strut back to their ass truck. Eric then camera-talks something about the boys playing their cards and they bluffed and now the kids got their horns back. Hm. Now the truck is driving away but there is no room for all five of the douchebags, so there is obviously another car, but they tried to make it look like...ah, fuck it. Who cares? The kids have their horns back. Also, who cares?
Now in the RV, Darrell gets to finally make fun of Shane for crying up on the pole. He then camera-talks that the slap is over and he's not even worried about it. Well, that's good. Shane now says he wishes he could have been the one whispering encouragement. (Darrell's looking like, "Don't say I was whispering in your ear, dog. I got a rep, yo.") Now Shane gives his expert assessment that Darrell was pissed about the hit, but he was the bigger person by not hitting back. Yeah, you bet Shane is happy about that decision. Darrell now tells us that the mission was the hardest; it was hell for him. Shane camera-talks about his temper and says he wants to be better. Everyone is giggling at something as we pan into the back room, where Sarah sleeps, alone. Ah, man. How sad that is. And, over.