Aja and Ty are arriving at the kiwi bins, and as they walk past them, Ty starts counting the number of juice containers to determine how many teams have been there. "That's not important right now!" Aja yells at him, rather unnecessarily. They climb in, get to work, and watch for their first drop of juice to appear.
The sun's getting low in the sky as Marisa and Brooke arrive at last at Kiwi 360┬║ and choose "Matter of Time" instead of "Matter of Skill" on the theory -- get this -- that it will be the quickest. Why not just say, "We have no skill"? And Kelly and Christy arrive at the Pit Stop, and are team number three. Hope the Siblings enjoyed their brief lead.
Meanwhile, back at Blokart Heaven, Dan is trying to make himself useful by loudly figuring stuff out, until Andrew shushes him. The Siblings have finished their first lap, and Starr crashes again. And puts her hand out again. I think she actually ran over it with one of her back wheels this time. "Did someone just crash?" Andrew wonders, barely looking up. Indeed, Nick calls out to Starr, "Are you all right?" as he cruises past. She is not. "I think I broke my arm," she sobs. Well, that sounds like the end of the race for her. Tough break. If you'll pardon the expression.
But after the ads, a couple of guys set her and her Blokart aright and she insists on finishing, sniffling the whole way around the track. Which tells me that her arm probably isn't actually broken. I don't doubt that she's in severe pain, but I don't see how you can drive those Blokarts with one arm. Oh, who am I kidding, I don't understand how you'd drive them with two, unless you're pulling it behind a car. While this is going on, Toni and Dallas arrive at the mat in fourth place. The Siblings finish racing, but Starr isn't done crying. And the Frat Boys are struggling to attach their sails in the suddenly high wind, Andrew snapping at Dan to hold onto it. The Siblings get in their car, Nick confirming that Starr can still bend her injured arm. She can, but she drives with her scraped-up left hand limp in her lap. That's right -- she drives. And Andrew and Dan are finally on their way around the track.