Now Shane walks with Miles, getting the low-down on where the gay people like to dance nights. (Miles is gay, if you couldn't guess.) Shane adds that he wants to do something for him some night.
Eric. On the phone with the student body president. Oh, how convenient. He asks her to go bungee-jumping with him, introducing himself as being from "MTV's Road Rules," because Lord knows the name Road Rules itself carries no weight. Suddenly Eric is standing with President Melissa and Daniel, the dude she beat. Boo! Fix! Bleh.
Rachel and Shane are in the cafeteria. Miles gets some meatloaf and sits down to eat it, fake "mmmmm"-ing. Rachel finds the girl who "for sure" prepared it, Marcy, and asks her to come bungee-jump. She agrees.
Hall. Physics professor with a funny little voice. Sarah needles at him. He makes a crack about wanting to sky-dive but not bungee. Sarah then camera-talks, acting all high on something, that she doesn't want to get voted off so she's going to convince this professor to jump. He finally says it is his day off...he's going to jump.
Outside. Bungee area. Sarah is wearing a helmet-cam and being silly, opening her gigantic mouth to try to swallow the thing -- or maybe she's just smiling at us. The professor babbles about the physics of bungee-jumping as Sarah giggles. Sarah -- while we see her trying to eat her own hand -- babbles that she's going to prove to the group how brave she can be because she knows Eric and Kendal both don't like heights and don't like jumping from them, which is a subtle distinction I'm glad she made for us. Below, Kendal is nervous for them. Sarah and crew jump. The "crowd" cheers. Shane and his gay friend touch each other. Then they jump. Darrell now. He doesn't like this. They jump. Screaming. Rachel jumps up and down. Darrell shouts "West Coast!" then tells us he'll never do this again. Rachel tells her girl to "lean back." I'm sure she's told screaming girls that before. They jump. Now it's Kendal's team. They jump. It all happens very quickly, if you couldn't guess that from my description. Eric's team. One of his girls is scared. He's scared. They do it. Eric then camera-talks that they passed the mission and they get the "bling-bling," obviously not really understanding what "bling-bling" means. "Road Rules!" the kids chant.