Air is loudly escaping from the waffle currently in Ernie and Cindy's iron. "We'll call that waffle Ernie. He farts," Cindy explains. Get a load of the Bickersons! They're kidding each other, obvi.
The snowboarders have lashed together a rough construction whose seaworthiness they feel ready to test, but Marcus, still working on his with Amani, teases, "You guys are gonna get creamed! Y'all going in, brother!" He mocks them their whole way down to the water, where they launch the narrow raft and climb on. Fortunately they have the balance of snowboarders and are able to get on it without tipping over. They use proper paddles to navigate up the waterway, and soon see a nearby life-ring on a hook with Ziploc bags hanging from it. They row right over to grab one, loving every minute of this. It's almost like a floating Mustang, Andy!
Ernie and Cindy, meanwhile, have finished assembling their waffle display and go to get the judge, who isn't the actual chef but a young blond kid in a black chef's jacket who tells them they don't have it quite right. Ernie and Tommy, meanwhile, have already retrieved the second half of their clue, in full view of the waffle stands. Ernie and Cindy spot a fallen strawberry in their display, and after getting it back in place, they dork out while the judge slowly and suspensefully withdraws a clue from inside his jacket. Cindy happily hugs him, and we cut to Ernie attempting to read from the clue, "Drive yourself to Dee More Van..." The Amazing Editors just give up on him as Phil tells us, over shots of beautiful pastoral Belgian countryside, that they'll now be going to De Muur Van Geraardsbergen, pronouncing the name of the place in a way that would make Hercule Poirot ask Phil to dial it back a little.
They jump in their car just as Andy and Tommy are returning to the dock, where Amani and Marcus are still slowly constructing their raft. The snowboarders read the clue even more slowly, and tote their raft back to where they found the materials, wishing Amani and Marcus good luck. They're feeling good about how as they drive off, as they should. Back at the river, Amani's on the front of the raft, and Marcus eases his massive form onto the back, imparting it with an alarming sternward list. They start paddling, but Amani's end is so high out of the water she can barely get any traction on anything but "Marcus's big size-fifteen feet," which are dangling all the way to the river. No wonder they wanted to take time to make sure they had the raft together right.