Nick and Starr arrive at the Blokarts, where Dallas and Toni are busy erecting their sails. Both teams agree that kiwi-stomping sucks. The divorcees? Not so much; they're still at it, and actively enjoying themselves. Toni and Dallas climb onto their Blokarts and start sailing them. It looks pretty tricky, since they have to operate both a steering yoke and some kind of pull cable that must be attached to the sail. "Dammit, I can't control it!" Toni wails on her first lap while Dallas cruises on ahead. The Frat Boys arrive at the track and run past Nick and Starr, who are still assembling while Toni and Dallas complete their second lap. "I'm mechanically challenged," Dan complains upon seeing the intimidating array of hardware facing him. Looks like this one's up to Andrew. The Siblings are amazed that the divorcees haven't given up on the kiwis and shown up here. In fact, they have finished. They drink their fresh green pedi-sludge and are off to the Pit Stop. So are Toni and Dallas, having finished their third lap in the Blokarts. The Frat Boys are very unhappy to see them go.
Aja and Ty have finally reached the clue box for the Detour and opt for the Kiwis. For now. At the Blokarts, Nick and Starr are finishing their construction, while Andrew appears to be constructing both Blokarts alone. In the background, Dan paces and frets about how useless he is here. "Give me sports trivia! I'll beat everybody." Thanks, Dan for applying another level of That Guy to yourself. While still working, Andrew quietly says to the camera, "Dan means a lot to me...I'm not gonna just put him down for not being able to do this. I'm gonna help him." Okay, but dude, you've earned the right to not be so quiet about it. I never thought I'd say this, but Free Andrew!
While strapping on their helmets, Nick and Starr are receiving some last-minute instructions: "Make sure you don't put your hands out, okay?" Which tells me that one of them is about to put their hands out. There are certain invariables about this show: Phil, Pit Stops, Detours, Road Blocks, and the fact that every time we see a live guide giving a racer specific instructions, it means those instructions are about to be flagrantly disobeyed. They start sailing around the track, and Starr quickly tips over. And what do you think she did to try to catch herself?