The Geeks find the "Administraçao" building at the Port of Pecem and quickly find the computer lab that's been set up for the racers' use. Apparently they're required to put on hardhats, which they not only plunk down over their fedoras, but Bill gets the front of his brim caught under his hardhat somehow. And that's why they're geeks. Never mind; they're quickly in front of a terminal, with Mark driving and Bill copiloting. "There's a lot of containers here," Bill realizes as numbers start flashing across the screen.
Back at the beach, Nick and Starr choose "Beach It," while the Belles decide to go with "Docket." "We're not strong at all," one of them interviews proudly. But they're also not smart, either, as they tell their driver to follow Nick and Starr without bothering to find out which option the siblings have chosen.
An uncertain Tina agrees to attempt the "Beach It" option with Ken. Meanwhile, Nick also directs their driver to "Beach It" when they get to the signs pointing the way to each of the two Detours, and the Belles just instruct their driver to follow the siblings, rather than bothering to READ A GODDAMN SIGN. Even the driver tries to confirm with them: "Playa?" he asks. "Yeah, go," they insist. Easier than paying attention. Yay, tan!
Dan talks Andrew into doing "Beach It." "We're big guys. Let's do it. It's a guy test." That almost makes me want to see them take it. After Aja and Ty finally secure their clue, in ninth place, we see the Frat Boys interviewing, "Me and him lift all the time, so it's not like we'd pull a muscle." Ah, hmm.
Nick and Starr arrive at the beach and run toward the boats. Behind them, at a leisurely walk, one of the Belles reads from the clue, "Choose a computer and use it to locate a specific container and its destination." And then -- not until then, I shit you not -- they look up and see not computers sitting on the sand in front of them, but boats, and realize they're in the wrong place. They decide to go ahead since they're already there. And it's not like they can follow anyone to the computers at this point.
In the computer room, Mark and Bill have come up with a system: Mark scrolls quickly while Bill chants, "No...no...no..." Finally they get a hit. Mark interviews, "There's no possible way you're going to sit us down at a computer and we're not just gonna tear it up." Then Bill quotes Yoda, with a big ol' grin. I wish he wouldn't do that. It just got a lot harder to make the case that the Geeks are secretly the coolest team in the race.