Rob and Amber approach the Detour clue box and note that there's another team ahead of them. They rip the clue and are both inclined to do the goats. "This should be very amusing," Amber adds. I'm not sure the goats will feel the same way.
Back at what is definitely not the water tower, Brian and Greg get out of their car. When they don't see a clue, Brian theorizes that perhaps they have to climb it. So he starts to climb up the side. Oy. Then they read it again and see that it says the clue will be under the water tower. So...yeah, not so much with the climbing. Brian starts back down, muttering, "I'm climbing the water tower...for no reason." They agree that they're "idiots," and obviously aren't sure what to do. Sniff.
Commercials. Locusts! Oh, I'll make time.
Brian and Greg are still staring at the water tower when we return, but they decide that it has to be the wrong one, because they just don't see a clue. They get in their car. And now, they finally look at the clue again and finally see that they have to pass through Maun. They make the left toward Maun. Yikes.
Ron and Kelly grab a few goats, and the camera guys grab a few extra shots of Kelly's cleavage as they wrestle for control. (As Ron and Kelly wrestle for control with the goats. You people are so tacky.) They see Rob and Amber arriving, and Kelly frets about how they lost time. "If we make a decision at the beginning, we need to stick with it," she complains, focusing on the part where Ron got it in his head to do the balancing, rather than the part where she bailed on said balancing. ("Kelly does not take into account a wrong suffered." -- 1 Kellyrinthians 13:5.) Ron has noticed this, and points out that if she could balance the bucket, they wouldn't be in this situation at all. Man, this is exactly like bombing downtown Baghdad.
Rob and Amber get the impression that the goats look tough, so he says, "Let's go do the oth-ah thing." They head toward the carrying. She immediately takes to it, and Rob praises her, but he can't keep up with her. Interestingly enough, he specifically has taken his hat off to do this, and the EEFPs noticed that in all likelihood, he'd be better off with it on. Ultimately, as he struggles, she says simply, "If you can't do it, tell me right now." "Yeah," he says, putting down the corn and cutting his losses. "We think we can do the goats a little bit better," Amber says diplomatically as they run in that direction. They haul goats from the pen, as Rob says to one of them, "Watch your horn, buddy." Heh. Rob and the goat are buddies. It seems oddly appropriate.