Back at the plowing field, Trey & Lexi turn their horse around for a third furrow, and Jaymes makes much of choosing their horse before he and James get going. Jaymes leads the horse while James attempts to run the plow, which proves difficult with the forearm pain he's apparently having now. Poor baby.
Over at the Chow Detour, the two rival teams are still at work, but the goat farmers appear to be nearly done, using a strategy of picking out meat that doesn't require as much deboning. As they all continue working, Josh calls the twins out on having terrible poker faces with regard to the alliances, which they say they weren't trying to hide in the first place. She doesn't add that it wasn't hard, what with Josh & Brent being hours behind them for a good quarter of the race. The upshot of all the discussion, per Josh's express intention, is that the arguing is slowing the twins down. "Alliance doesn't matter when you're knee-deep in hamburger patties," Josh interviews. The twins finally realize that they're the only ones who can't cut and talk, and tell them to be quiet. "Evil gays. Evil gays!" Okay, that was a little evil, but not in a bad way.
Back on the field, the Chippendales turn their plow around. James's forearms are still hurting. I bet people used to get carpal tunnel from this all the time.
The goat farmers finish cutting, and start carrying their heavy buckets of meat over to the feeding area, near where the dogs are barking hungrily. They dump their meat out on the ground and arrange it in a long, bloody line, then run to get 20 kilos of food pellets to surround the meat with. The twins, meanwhile are still cutting. "Natalie, if we lose again to them, I'm going to kill myself," one of the twins says. I assume it's Nadiya.
Lexi is maybe enjoying the "country Detour" a little too much as they finish their fourth furrow. Any concerns that their furrows would be too crooked prove unfounded, as a farmer readily pulls a clue out of his shirt and hands it over. It's sending them to a place called "Caves de Roches," which is what it says on the clue and on the screen, even though the big sign instead says "Caves Champignonnières des Roches." Totally different. They head back to their car, feeling good about their decision to change Detours.
Jaymes & James finish the Plow Detour in second place, and James kisses their horse goodbye before they get on their way. "Way to muscle through that thing, man," Jaymes says. To James, not the horse.