Commercials. I don't care what they say. They'll never convince me that KFC chicken strips aren't made from cut-up Wonder Bread.
Back on the mountain, Debra remains paralyzed on the cable bridge. One of the models voices over that they were surprised to see Debra and Steve at the Detour, although it's not clear whether that's because she thought they wouldn't do the bridge, or because she thought they were farther ahead, or because she forgot that there were other teams, or what. Tian starts across the bridge behind Debra, which I'm surprised they would allow, considering that it doesn't seem particularly safe. Debra makes it all the way over to the end part of the bridge, but she's too scared to let go of the sides enough to climb up over the end. And now Jaree goes across also, so they both end up backed up right behind her. God, what kind of safety supervision do these people have? Next thing you know, Debra is climbing up off the bridge, and Tian is giving her a boost from behind. "Come on, let's go," she says. This all comes in the form of "help," but it's nothing but self-interest (and, of course, understandably so). When everybody clears the bridge, Debra still needs a moment, so the girls scurry past, with Tian apologizing for some reason. She has nothing to apologize for, really, but it's nice that she tossed that out.
Elsewhere, David and Jeff are reading the pit stop clue. Despite the fact that it tells them to make their way to the pit stop, they spot a red and yellow flag at the bottom of the hill, which turns out to be the location of the snowmobiles from the other Detour option. They run to the flag, and despite the fact that the clue does not say to take a snowmobile, and despite the fact that they presumably saw the Detour explanation that talked about taking the snowmobiles as part of the other option, they try to take one. "You cannot have it," says the guy guarding it. So David goes to the next snowmobile. Yeah, that's likely -- you can't have that one, but you can have the next one in the row. "No snowmobile," says the snowmobile guard. They voice over that they were confused by this, because they thought they were supposed to use the snowmobiles. Not rocket scientists, these boys.