As the truck goes careening down the road stirring up dust, one goat hides underneath the other. People by the side of the road shoo the truck away and make rude -- though appropriate -- gestures at it. Or maybe they're just waving. In a confessional, Lex Loser complains about having to "keep a couple goats calm, and keep them still." Well, if it's such a trial, then he shouldn't have gone. He says the ride is bumpy and it's an "absolute ball-buster." Good-natured Ethan grins and pets the goats while Lex Loser pouts. A dog appears that looks like Piglet except it's light brown -- Piglet is black, but her features-enhancing natural highlights are caramel-colored.
Ethan tells us that they arrived in a town called Wamba that is one small street with stores on it. And lots of skeptical-looking residents. Lex Loser says the trip was a "surreal experience," and he and Ethan agree that they're experiencing "culture shock." How sad that they've been in Africa for twenty-three days and are only just now feeling like they're encountering a different way of life. Lex Loser didn't know that when they arrived at the village it would be up to him and Ethan to actually "get the goats off." Now there's a visual I didn't need. As Ethan and Lex Loser try to unload the goats, Lex Loser says it will be "pure comedy." Ethan gently picks up a goat and says it's "not that bad," as Lex Loser stands on the ground waiting for the hand-off. Ethan carries the goat to the edge of the truck, squats with it, and then tips backward. He laughs it off and hands the goat to Lex Loser from a sitting position. When Lex Loser receives the full weight of the goat, he tips backwards, too. Those little goats wear their weight very well. In a confessional, Lex Loser tells us that a crowd of locals was watching "two very out-of-place guys chucking goats out of huge trucks [sic]." He says they were a "laughingstock" before even setting food in the village. Some cute kids laugh -- maybe at Lex Loser and Ethan, maybe at Ethan's hair; I couldn't say.