Ron and Kelly note the arrival of Meredith and Gretchen. "Here's a goat that has nice big teats!" Gretchen sort of brays, and...it's true. "Teats" is like "chest cavity"; it's inherently funny. Yeah, yeah, you're "too good" for it. I've heard it before.
Uchenna and Joyce start out with the carrying. Lynn and Alex are trying it as well. Lynn is skeptical, but Alex says, "It's just like modeling." And...are we thinking Lynn knows modeling? Because...I don't mean to be catty, but...is that going to make it more familiar to Lynn? Uchenna and Joyce have little trouble with the first thing they carry, which is the big round tray of corn that Rob kept dropping. I think that among other things, Uchenna figured out that there's not that much benefit in being too slow, so he's just trying to keep himself moving as fast as possible. He actually whistles while stomping across to the finish lines, and he's there in no time, followed by Joyce. Lynn, on the other hand, can't get anywhere with the basket on his head. "Alex, let's do the goats," he whines, and he and Alex run off. But not before Lynn adds, "I mean, Uchenna and Joyce, they were, like, born to do that." Oh, boy. I mean...does it make him a honking racist? No. Does it make him hopelessly tin-eared? Oh, my, yes. And is it probably an unfortunate outburst of insensitivity brought on by frustration and fed by very real stereotypes? Oh, probably. Very, very bad, dude. I realize there were those who hoped it was just kind of congratulatory, like, "Wow, they're great at this!", but I think that's just...too optimistic. The tone is too frustrated, like, "Well, sure, they can do it." And "born to do this"? Yeah, he doesn't mean anything by it, but when you put it together with "Tupac" and all that? Not a shining moment, and not indicative of a high level of care in speaking, for a guy who bitches so much about other people's moral failings.
Kelly offers to do some of the milking. "It isn't going to help for you to squeeze, 'cause I know how to do this," Ron tells her. She voices over that Ron was acting "like a drill sergeant." "You're doing so good, baby," Rob tells Amber, and then offers to hold the cup. They keep working. Meredith and Gretchen get moving. Meanwhile, Lynn and Alex have returned, and Lynn goes into the pen and starts bitching at the goats. "Hey, stop it. Seriously!" Not as funny as he thinks, that bit. Of course, having one goat joke, I should talk.