5:46 AM. Linzes. They interview that they've had about enough of losing the first-place finish at the last minute, and they're ready to come in first. "This leg, we have to get it," Tommy vows. They leave with their trailer. The Goodlookskis, meanwhile, prepare to get on 98 West, which the Linzes note with interest since they're on 98 East and see the girls heading the other way. They theorize that it probably has something to do with the getting of gas, which is exactly true. But not the getting of gas in the way Tommy usually would think of it, so don't even go there.
6:06 AM. Weavers. I throw popcorn at the TV. Rebecca interviews that coming into the race, they knew that everyone wouldn't be their friends, but they didn't figure everyone would hate them quite this much, either. Rachel adds, "The world we live in is obviously not loving and kind, so I think we're just sticking out because we're not as, you know, crude." "It's just so against our beliefs," Mama stresses. "To keep being treated so rudely." Let's see...would that be rudely like throwing trash out windows? Rudely like being loud on a bus when other people need sleep? Rudely like trying to get another team delayed by a tour guide? Rudely like snapping at people for perfectly normal spirited competition? Or would that be rudely like ridiculing garbagemen and talking about how women you dislike have fake boobs? I'm just wondering what kind of rude treatment is against your beliefs, and I'd also like to come back to the "not as, you know, crude" thing with regard to the boobs and whatnot, but I suppose we can save it for later.