Down in the hole, Kami is still wondering what a satchel is. "My God, it's right in front of me, I know it," she says. Linda and Karen are finding the lit-up shaft as well. Kami pulls the bag out of the water. When she emerges, she and Karli empty out the bag. "Maybe this is for something else," they say of the puzzle pieces, as one of them shoves the pieces off to the side, accompanied by the Creepy Music of Screwing Up. They look at the map, having no idea where they're supposed to go. Without reaching any particular conclusion, they just decide to go somewhere on the map, since apparently, maps are just there to lay out all the possible places one could choose to go, and you wouldn't be expected to find any particular location. "Karli and I do not have a plan; we have no idea where we're going," Kami says as they take off anyway. "We're clueless," she adds, just as we go to commercials. Hey, you said it, not me. Well, actually, I said it too, but now we've both said it.
Commercials. That Fruit of the Loom commercial with the firemen is totally turning someone on, somewhere, you just know it. And it's not someone you want to meet.
Pyramids! Sphinx! We're back! The Twinkies continue to have no idea what they're doing. They're basically wandering aimlessly. The moms, meanwhile, are coming upon the Roadblock, which Karen takes on account of Linda's ankle.
Back at rock-hauling, Lance and Marshall are struggling through. Chip and Kim, on the other hand, are doing well. "We're working like a well-oiled machine now, lady-girl!" he says happily. Brandon and Nicole, however, are not so well-oiled. They've pulled their rocks right off the tracks. "Hey, Chip," Brandon says. "Can you help a brother out real quick?" And, yeah, "help a brother out" is pretty twee, but it's obvious that these guys have been developing a friendship (as when Chip called him "Big B" and "doctor" a little while ago), so I didn't find it particularly off-putting. Chip does head over and help Brandon and Nicole get back on track. That one, I think, was probably a good call, in that Brandon and Nicole are pretty good-quality allies, and that friendship might be useful, not to mention pleasant, in the future. Chip interviews that he helped them out primarily because it's just the kind of person he is. "My nature is to help," he says. And I tend to believe that.
Karen emerges with the satchel. They pour out the puzzle pieces and assemble the puzzle, catching on to the whole "hole" thing. They go off in the direction of the corner of the pyramid where the clue box is, as we see that the Twinkies are still completely confused as to what to do.