Tyler and James make their way into the woods. Rob and Kim, whose boat was slower, are just behind them.
And at Salt, Mary says it's time to go, because they're in last place, so it doesn't matter. She blames him for wanting to stay when everyone else left, and he makes it clear that he thinks she's a quitter.
Finally, the BQs realize that there are other teams. They see the *wins and call out to them, with no response. They even call out "Hey, Bama," sounding pretty friendly, but they again get nothing. Of course. Why mend fences when you can keep being pissed, right? "There's not a friendly bone in her," says a BQ about Karlyn. I'm sure that's completely untrue, but I'll tell you... it feels true.
Tyler and James are looking for the sails, following the map past sketchy landmarks like the Rusty Shack. I think I've had a beer there. Rob and Kim are looking as well, but they actually find the masts first. She is the one to drop into the trap, and he's like, "Oh, no!" (As opposed to "What are you doing?" which I wish he had said.) She crawls out, and they carry the mast. Tyler and James are not as lucky yet, and James is muttering that they should have stayed. Tyler wants him to be quiet. Rob and Kim open the clue for the pit stop, and they see the *wins and *lyns arriving.
The *wins and *lyns land and start hunting. "I feel like Hansel and Gretel," Karlyn mutters. Hee. Meanwhile, Dave and Mary are getting into a boat to head out. They see the BQs, who exchange friendly greetings with them. The BQs note that of the Expired Alliance, Dave and Mary are the ones they like. "Last place, no doubt," Mary mutters defeatedly. There's not much doubt about whose fault she thinks that is, either. The BQs get back to shore and take off for the pit stop, just glad that their injured car will still run.
Tyler and James find the sails, and then the trap to fall into, and they also find it kind of hilarious. The *wins and *lyns haven't found it yet, but they're working together. And then, as Tyler and James are leaving in their boat, they see Dave and Mary landing. Mary is very much at her worst here, all "Listen to you and get lost," blaming him for everything. I have to say, she's the one who wanted to stick with the group, she's the one who went along with Salt against her better judgment... she can't really blame Dave for any of this, I don't think, but there she is anyway.