Now they're on to their second mode of transportation. We get a close-up of the helicopter blades, but neither Clay nor Brian gets distracted by the fight to get in first, bends to pick up some papers, and gets his arm chopped off. Much to ratings dismay. Inside, we see that Clay is giggly and enjoying himself, while Brian looks concerned. He explains in an interview that it was his first time in a helicopter, but it felt just like being on a roller coaster. As the camera pans away to show the helicopter over the water, we see Clay's gnomish little face pressed up against the window. He tells us that they flew for almost an hour to the mainland before "they put us on a bus and took us way out in the jungle." He wondered at the point where the trip was going to end.
It ends, we learn, with an elephant's ass. As Clay and Brian disembark from the van where said elephant awaits, Brian says, "Ah, Mr. Clay, sir. I have your elephant, sir, for you. Waiting, waiting." A Thai woman welcomes them to the "elephant trek" and presents them with juice. They toast each other and Ted before slurping up the juice and proclaiming it excellent. In an interview, Clay says it was the best juice he ever tasted, but says nothing about the Thai lady's ass. The elephant charmingly flaps its ears, and it's very rare that I have occasion to call anyone's behavior on this show "charming." In response, Clay says, "Nice elephant. You [sic] big momma." Then it's time for the typically dramatic bestowing of the credit card, although this time we're spared the usual close-up of Just Peachy's name.