For the second time, Phil tells us that the Pit Stop is Summerhill, a thousand-acre sheep farm. But what may happen to the last team to check in there? Oh, right; they may be eliminated. I keep forgetting.
Toni and Dallas are about ready to give up on the kiwi stomping, and they climb out to head for the Blokarts instead. "Oh, it is so much fun," Toni lies to the arriving Frat Boys.
Nick and Starr arrive at the Detour, and as Starr drives them to the orchard, Nick enthuses, "I'm excited to stamp the shit out of a bunch of fruit!" Not. Saying. Anything. Kelly and Christy arrive in their wake and choose the same option, on the theory that it will be "absolutely refreshing." Moments later, the Siblings and the Frat Boys are experiencing the joys of sharp kiwi stomping-bin rocks beneath their naked soles.
Terence and Sarah appear to have arrived at Summerhill fairly quickly. They run to the mat, the flock dividing in front of them, and get to meet Phil's dad. "Terence and Sarah?" Phil says, "Yes Phil? And Phil's dad?" Terence responds. They're happy, if not especially surprised, to hear that they're team number two. "Moving up," Sarah says, despite having just kissed Terence. Okay, maybe I'm being too hard on him. They might not have done so well this leg had Terence not insisted on sticking with the kiwi-stomping. That almost makes up for the fact that he screwed up on the way to the marina and probably cost them the Fast Forward in the first place. He still has some making up to do on the hair, though.
Toni and Dallas arrive at the Blokart track and get to work opening the large duffels that contain their kits. If you're having trouble picturing what these kits might look like, imagine bringing home a flat box from Ikea and opening it to find the pieces for half of a small sailboat and half of a shopping cart, and then having to put them together. "Oh, this is going to be fun," Toni says dryly.
While stomping kiwis with Andrew, Dan has some questions, and he's not quiet about them. "Why do there have to be rocks at the bottom? Why did I wear pants today?" Why are you still talking? Meanwhile, Team Divorced is arriving, and the Siblings decide to bail on the kiwis entirely. The Frat Boys aren't far behind them, and as Dan jogs back to the car, we get a nice view of his green-spattered khakis. He's going to get into a brand-new Mercedes looking like that? He looks like he just waded across the set of The Exorcist. In the parking lot, Kelly and Christy arrive, and Nick points them in the right direction. Starr asks him why he's being so helpful to their archrivals, and he says that he wants them to get cut up in the kiwi bins. Unfortunately for them, the divorcees love the "exfoliating" feeling and the fact that the kiwis serve as "tension-relieving balls." Now I know the real reason the show started 45 minutes late: you can't say "tension-relieving balls" during the family hour.