Back at the herd of kangas hopping through town, the Globetrotters are the first to spot and score the next clue, with Jen and Kisha are right behind them, and a bunch of other teams right behind them. Both the Globetrotters and the sisters get into their cars and drive off. While driving, Kisha asks Jen to start gathering their stuff for the final run to the mat. "I don't really know how exactly how to do that. I have a kangaroo suit on," Jen points out, as mournfully as you'd ever hope to hear that sentence spoken.
Team ASL, the Whites, Team Go Team, the Goths, and the Cowboys find the clue in fourth through eighth, respectively. Now it's a big awkward scramble to the vehicles. While waiting for him to get in behind the wheel, Margie tells Luke in English, "You only need one off. Go, go!" Clearly these aren't standard transmission. Mike's having trouble getting their trunk open. Kent shrills at Vyxsin for help getting his shoes off. Jaime's taking off her headpiece so she can drive. The Cowboys, who never seem to waste time messing around with the kind of inter-task logistics that bedevil mortal teams, figure they just passed some teams. Indeed they did.
Flight Time and Big Easy arrive at the mat. "Have you ever seen a kangaroo that size?" Phil asks the miner, indicating Big Easy. They're team number two, and they're so happy about it they bump chest-pads.
Ron is complaining about how he's been too busy hydrating to read the clue. Shut up, Ron. They team up with Gary and Mallory, forming a temporary alliance of father/daughter teams. Amanda and Kris are running around somewhere, him hurrying her along. Ron wants everyone to pause and read the clue, so I guess he's satisfied with how hydrated he is. "We cannot just meander," he lectures. But Mallory's already bounce-running off in the direction she saw everyone else go. Ron protests that they have to think, but Gary's already caught up to Mallory and they're receding into the distance. "She's hysterical," Ron says of Mallory. He's noticed that about her, too?
Kisha and Jen reach the mine, and are still disembarking from their vehicle when the Cowboys pull up. It's a very awkward footrace, with everyone scampering along up the hill in their kangaroo suits while trying to hold onto all their crap. The brothers pass the sisters, putting them in third place, sharing the mat with fourth-place team Kisha and Jen. "Start last and finish third in the first leg," Jet comments, and Cord remembers his manners and congratulates the sisters. The Cowboys remain all but bulletproof. Should have known.