11:00 AM. Blacks, Linzes, Godlewskis, and Paolos. They leave. A Linz makes a comment about liking the looks of the Goodlookskis, and...bleh. I think that's Tommy, so maybe he inherited it from "speak when spoken to" guy. One of his brothers is smart enough to comment, "You're so out of your league right now," which is also true. I don't think the Godlewskis are in their car talking about how hot 19-year-old Tommy is. The Blacks, meanwhile, don't seem to have Mount Joy nailed down on the map, so they return to following someone. Bad idea! Sigh. More bickering Paolos.
The Weavers are in Amish country, and as tourists tend to do, one of the girls has to remark that the Amish are "so cute." Bleeaaargh. They're working here, girlfriend. It's not the zoo. Please do not feed the Amish. The Weavers are the first to arrive at the clue box at the farm. The clue reveals a Detour, where the choices are Build or Buggy. In Build, you assemble a miniature watermill. Not physically demanding, but potentially slow, and you have to be methodical. In Buggy, two of your team members drag or push the other two in a buggy over a course that's a mile and a half long. The Weavers decide to take the buggy. Next to the farm are the Aiellos, and they go for the buggy as well. As the Weavers board the buggy, the first thing Mama Weaver asks is where the brake is, which seems a little ominous, though understandable, all things considered. Both of these buggy teams take off.
The Gaghans find the Mount Joy farm. Having both physical strength and team members who don't weigh much, they choose the buggy option as well. Carissa and Billy hop in the buggy. "This will be fun," she pronounces happily. Yeah, for you, sister. You're riding. The Weavers are making some progress in their buggy, but they're trading off, because one does get tired.
I want you to know that the only reason I found the following moment funny is that I know everyone's okay. Everyone's okay! Seriously! But...the Weavers manage to get themselves going too fast, and they're moving downhill, and all of a sudden, they have no brakes. And the buggy starts rolling, and the weirdest part is that for no apparent reason, as everyone's worrying about the buggy rolling over Mama Weaver (I KNOW! IT'S HORRIBLE!), Rolly just kind of runs full-tilt into the wall of an outbuilding. Bonk! I don't know what that's about. It's like a cartoon. I half-expected to see a Rolly-shaped dent in the wall. But the girls inside the buggy are understandably horrified that...you know. Their mom. And their dad, and...you kind of have to laugh, because it's so horrible that you won't recover from watching it if you don't.
Commercials. If you didn't notice that BP was a sponsor, you might have wondered why there was a lingering shot of the BP sign when somebody stopped for directions earlier. Not cool, that development.