Anyway, when we come back, we rewind just enough to see Rolly bonk into the building again, and then we see that the buggy, fortunately enough, rolls right over Mama Weaver with her between the wheels. You know...that kind of was a pretty close call, there. The buggy crashes, and one of the girls announces, "The brake did not work!" I actually suspect that what happened was that they got overexcited about trying to go fast, and they put on the brake far too late. One of the EEFPs pointed out that with steel wheels instead of rubber tires, you cannot stop as quickly. In an interview, Rebecca sort of starts to fall apart talking about how she would have felt if her mother had been crushed by the buggy, and her mom breaks in and says, "But I'm not, and we're fine." Which is exactly the right move. Good on you, Mama Weaver.
The Aiellos come by, and they seem to be able to operate their buggy, including brakes. Bum brakes on the Weaver Wagon? Hard to say. But it seems to have been undone by the accident, so the Weavers give up and head back to do Build. The Gaghans are passed by the retreating Weavers, who warn them of the hill and to check the brakes, a warning the Gaghans take to heart. Meanwhile, the Weavers start building.
The Bransens are looking for the farm. Elsewhere, the Schroeders and Rogerses are together, and lost. Mark gets out of the car and saunters up to the open window to tell Denny that they need to turn around and go back. That can't be fun. The Linzes, meanwhile, are cruising toward Mount Joy. The GabbleGabbleGabbleskis are at the sign for Mount Joy itself, so that can only be good. And guess what? They're all talking at once. Gabble gabble gabble!
The Blacks are accompanied by the same semi-competent funk that the Godlewskis were sporting earlier. As for Mama Paolo, she kills a bug. This causes her to refer to herself as "feisty," meaning that the word "feisty" has officially lost all meaning. Linz, Bransen, and Godlewski pull into the farm at essentially the same time. The Linzes go for the buggy, while the Gadzookskis go for the Build. The teams high-five, which seems a little...much with the fraternizing, but okay. As the Linzes run toward the buggies, one of the boys yells, "It's all about the bis and the tris for the ladies!" And that is definitely not okay. I know they ordered me to find them hilarious; I'm just not sure I can oblige. And if you can't get me with a joke about your great giant arms, you know you have a serious problem with the rest of the viewing public. The Bransens pull their clue and choose Build. Elsewhere, the Weavers are nearly finished building.
Megan and Tommy (I think) get into the Linz buggy, so that would mean that...Nick and Alex are pushing? I think so. Anyway, whoever is in the buggy with Megan now farts, which she laughs at even while saying how gross it is. I need an extremely small quantity of fart humor in a given season, so I really hope this isn't a theme with these people. ["…Hee, farts." -- Sars]