Finally, Kimberly manages to pull up the first of the 30 Pointy baskets. Now that they're onto their line of buoys, it seems to start going a bit more smoothly. Meanwhile, Peter and Sarah, in second to last place, take the Under, with Peter saying, "The other one's two locations." Eh.
Tom and Terry get into their sampan. They can't decide whether it should be one person or two, but Tom starts off by saying he thinks just one person rows, but...then he doesn't know how to do it. So it's like, "One person! Um, but not me." Dave and Mary get into their sampan as well, just as last-place Dustin and Kandice retrieve their clue. They choose Over, and they continue talking about how they're not going to give up. At all. BQs forever! Dave is rowing the Dave/Mary sampan, and he's doing a pretty good job, despite rowing it backwards like a rowboat. Mary explains in an interview that they have no experience out on the ocean -- "Water over your head, if you fail [or 'fell'], you're dead," she quotes...from somewhere, undoubtedly. It certainly is advice that would prevent a lot of drownings, if followed carefully. They bicker about the rowing, which is happening partly because Mary doesn't realize how much better they're doing than most of the other teams. Terry takes over rowing from Tom, and seems to be doing the rowboat pull as well. The *wins get in their boat, and they seem to be committed to one oar each. Not a good idea. Tyler and James, however, do it exactly right -- just one guy (Tyler), rowing forward. It's kind of impressive, the way they seem to have actually paid attention to how other people were doing this. In fact, James asks about doing one oar each, and Tyler shoots him down immediately. I tend to agree. I think the coordination aspect is much too difficult, as seen over at the *wins' boat, where Godwin is currently saying, "The reason we're turning this way? Is because you're doing something wrong." Ha! Tyler and James get themselves to the Under sign.