As for BJ and Tyler, they are on their way, talking about how close they are to winning only a few meaningless tasks before it starts mattering what happens! Eric and Jeremy arrive at the amusement park and pull in, followed closely by BJ and Tyler. In fact, the teams enter the park together. "Those hippies, and their damn...language-knowing," says either Eric or Jeremy. (I still sometimes can't tell without a visual.) Both teams park, and both run to the nearby clue box. The clue is for a Roadblock that says, "Who's ready to coast through their day?" This Roadblock requires you to ride three roller coasters. Seriously, that's the whole thing. Officially, you have to keep your eyes open for a clue while you ride, but basically, it's riding three roller coasters. Note to show: It's not a very challenging "Roadblock" to test your resolve and your ability to triumph over adversity when average, ordinary, everyday, twelve-year-olds pay to do it. Good grief. Oh, and this is where Phil says "thrill rides." I hate this Roadblock. They send them all the way to Japan, and then put them in an environment as much like the middle of the Mall of America as possible. If Mount Fuji were the Build-A-Bear outlet, I would think it was the middle of the Mall of America.
Tyler and Jeremy take the Roadblock. They climb on the first ride and bore the crap out of the local women -- both of them do, but in different ways. Tyler is more humored, while Jeremy is more ignored. The ride goes fast. The music sounds like it's from a Saved By The Bell movie. The fuck? Marry me, Kelly Kapowski! When the ride is over, they both seem to think that they saw nothing, so they run to the next ride. Question: What are the odds that the thing will be visible from a ride other than the last one, thus sapping the suspense from one of the three rides? Answer: Not good. The car on The Price Is Right ends in a zero, and the clue will be on the last ride.