The newly arriving team is Toni and Dallas, who get right to it. Terence and Sarah arrive third, with Ken|Tina and the Frat Boys right behind them. All the teams get to work, and are quickly rewarded with a satisfying flow of petrol into their reservoirs. Except of course Andrew, who is cranking and getting nothing. "There's gotta be a trick to this," he mutters. Dan looks around and sees that everyone else is doing fine, but Andrew insists, "It's gotta be something else." Dan moans in frustration. Even through the smoked visor of his helmet, the waiting driver of their truck seems unimpressed.
Dallas and Toni finish up, to the alarm of Terence and Sarah. "Kenny, that guy's done," Tina warns, because apparently four legs isn't enough to learn everyone's names. Dallas and Toni are off. Andrew? Still getting nowhere. Dan bitches, "Dude, you can't just pump like a baby. Pump stronger." That, if you'll pardon the expression, is what she said. Andrew is indeed turning that crank pretty slowly for some reason, but he insists that isn't the problem. Team Divorced finally arrives, and gets to work finding a truck. Dan and Andrew finally start wandering around the lot, trying to figure out how the other teams are managing this. "There's no trick," Ken assures them. "It's just like pulling a zipper down and letting her flow, boys." They go back, and continue to get nowhere while Kelly and Christy's gas starts flowing. Andrew galumphs over to them. "Dandrew looked bewildered as usual," Kelly laughs in an after-the-fact interview. Ken and Tina finish up and head out in third, with Terence and Sarah close behind in fourth. "Nobody's behind us," Terence tells Sarah. I'm going to have to start calling them Team Rearview if they don't quit looking behind themselves all the time.