James tools that there will be three missions, and then they'll be in the bleh Fraternity and get the six thousand blehs. (Sad that they couldn't even get a sponsor for today's mission.) He says that if they fail...you know the drill. Sarah says she has no option and has to pass this one. They put on blindfolds and walk into a room single-file.
Room. They take off their blindfolds, having walked five feet down the hall, to see a tank with snakes in it. They fake-gasp. James says this is the "Snake Kiss." We get a quick shot of last season with the snakes. Only difference: those were cobras; these are, like, garter snakes. Because someone has to pretend, Shane voice-overs that he hates snakes, bad-acting all scared. The snakes are listless and tired. So am I. Commercials.
Darrell tool-overs some incomprehensible shit that he has a snake tattoo but he doesn't like to fuck with snakes. James wants them to pair into boy-girl teams and pick up the light-colored snakes and the other will kiss it and vice versa and put it into another tank. That's it. James tries to make it scary by saying that if the snakes bite, the kids "will get hurt." Yes, it might pinch a little. I hope an ambulance is standing by.
Kendal picks up a snake. Shane kisses it. Rachel and Darrell. No problem. Sarah picks it up very calmly. Shane tries to pick it up. Fails. Does it. Kendal kisses it. No one has any trouble and it's over in one second. Lame. Eric camera-lames that they kicked the challenge's butt. B/M can't even fake any suspense, and they just move on.
Now outside. Night. A kiddie pool with one big alligator and tiny little baby ones. A cop car waits in the background for no reason. This is the "Gator Transfer." Quick shot of Season Six with actual lively gators. Not these drugged ones. Shane says he's been dying to touch a gator. I think he's talking about a Florida State basketball player. Anyway, James says the big gator has his mouth taped but that its tail (he lies) is just as dangerous. Yeah, right. He adds that they could seriously get bruised it the tail hits them. Hee. A bruise. Ow. They have to pick up a little gator and put a rubber band over its tiny little toothless mouth. They do, one by one, putting them in another kiddie pool. My cat is more vicious. Sarah throws the gator into the pool. That was mean. Kendal coos to the alligator, putting it down gently and calling it "Henry." And that's it. Boo.