For the first round, we have Ace as Fang's attacker and Randy as Kota's. The round doesn't last long, as Randy shows surprising speed and agility in charging Ken, who tries to toss the ball to Crystal but doesn't quite get the strength behind it, and the ball smashes on the ground in a pick-up shot. "It's over!" Randy cries, his usual obnoxious self.
And for the second round, we've got Bob as Kota's attacker and Sugar as Fang's. Um, what? Sugar? Really? Don't they have Crystal, who's seven feet tall? And supposedly Olympic-level fast? Why aren't they using her? Sugar doesn't disappoint, however, as Randy makes growling sounds in his corner and a disgusted Sugar says "this guy is so ugly over here. He's such an ugly person. And mean." And thus, Sugar begins her campaign of awesomeness for this episode. "This should be fun," Probst says. Randy doesn't seem at all phased, most likely because he's heard statements like Sugar's from a lot of women over the years. Like, all of them. And will for many years to come. The round begins. Sugar is slow and ineffective, while Bob is a freak of nature, flinging his 57-year-old body at all players, knocking Ken and Ace over and tripping over ropes. "Sugar doing nothing. Absolutely nothing," Probst says. I guess with Kelly gone, he has to pick on the next blonde girl. Crystal watches from her seat on the ground. Why is she on the ground? Why isn't she playing? Why isn't she in the middle of Kota's field slamming Randy's head into a pole? Meanwhile, Bob slams into Matty. On the other field, Sugar giggles. Finally, Ace's throw is knocked askew by Bob and the red ball smashes open on the ground.