Lamber is excited to have selected Keith as her partner. Jerri picks Colby and is very smirky about it. Colby says its funny. "Funny" in a "horrible beyond belief" kind of way. Jerri smugly tells us in a confessional, "Ironically enough, I ended up being Colby's partner anyway." She thinks people need to be reminded about the reality of the situation -- I think a great reminder is waking up every morning next to her. She again says that the game isn't fair and that it's only about winning. In the tent, Colby repeats for Keith exactly what just happened -- wasn't Keith there? Colby then says that when Jerri claimed him for her partner he thought, "Now well hold on -- let's think about who Colby would pick here." He wants to win the reward but he doesn't want to "share with her whatever it is."
At the challenge, Peachy tells them it's the biggest reward yet -- the winning duo will be taken to one of the Seven Wonders of the World by helicopter. There's a dramatic pause here, and then he announces the Great Barrier Reef and they all oooh and aaah as if that was a surprise and they thought they might be instead be taken to the Pyramids of Egypt or the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus and that either of those trips would have been a disappointment. As an aside, the Great Barrier Reef is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, along with Mount Everest; Victoria Falls; the Grand Canyon; the caves of France and Spain with their prehistoric paintings; Parìcutin, a young volcano in Mexico; and the harbor at Rio de Janeiro. The Seven Ancient Wonders of the World include those mentioned earlier as well as the Hanging Gardens of Babylon; the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus; the Statue of Zeus at Olympia; The Colossus of Rhodes; and the Lighthouse of Alexandria. The Seven Modern Wonders of the World include the Suez Canal; the Dneproges Dam; the Atomic Energy Research Establishment at Harwell, England; the Alaska (or Alcan) Highway; the Golden Gate Bridge; the Eiffel Tower; and the Empire State Building. Just about anything can qualify as a "wonder" these days. In any case, the winners will spend the afternoon snorkeling in the "clear blue water" and having a "great lunch." The challenge is a standard obstacle course, but in paired heats. They're getting clever. Whose job to you think it is, anyway, to concoct these ridiculous challenges? Peachy says the partners must stay together, but they don't and no one calls them on it.