Ron and Chris tandem down into the water. They swim to the platform.
Nate finds the stone, and he and Jen get their clue. Kynt is still working. Jen and Nate leave for the roof. Meanwhile, Ron and Chris choose a boat and leave to row around the city walls. Christina tells her dad to face the front of the boat, which is...not right, as I understand rowing this kind of boat. It's not a canoe; it's a rowboat, and don't you sit backwards? I mean, I know you can row facing front and people do it, but I don't think she's right in suggesting that you are meant, in this sort of boat, to turn your body forward. But he tries, because she says to.
Nate and Jen fly from the roof to the other tower. "THIS IS AMAZING!" she hollers. Iiiiiiin bed. They choose the Long & Short. Ron and Chris are getting nowhere, in the meantime, so she says they can go back to "the old way that you like." Meaning..."rowing"? Her dad, of course, isn't satisfied to be right, so he has to brag about how fast he is now, using his back for rowing, and telling her that "you can't teach an old dog new tricks." And also, you can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink. You think about that. I'll be over here. You know, it occurs to me that Ron is a really sore winner. I mean, I guess he's a sore everything right now, but winning arguments really doesn't flatter him. Nate looks out and sees Ron and Chris in the boat, and he vows that they will kick that team's ass. They zip down into the water.
Finally, Kynt completes the Roadblock, as we get another stock shot of the mason in his white bucket hat, nodding his approval. They head up to the roof.
Ron tells Chris that he's running out of rowing energy. Nate and Jen are gaining, in theory, but he says he doesn't know how to row a boat. "We have other teams in front of us already, Nate," she bitches. "Thanks for telling me that," he snots in return. "I'm saying we need to figure this out," she says. He angrily tells her, then, to chill out and let him try to figure it out "without you yappin' in my ear every second." Meanwhile, Ron and Chris decide they'll each take an oar to do the rowing. Nate and Jen try the same thing, but it's not going so well for them. "You're the meanest person I've ever met sometimes," she says. "I am not!" he protests. Good comeback! He protests that she's not even trying; she claims that she is. "Give me a break-uh," she moans. Oh my God, BREAK UP ALREADY!
Ron and Chris row the boat. He interviews that not everyone has the understanding of the importance of the team relationship that, say, he has. I'm sure his frequently berated daughter tooootally agrees.