At the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Danny and Oswald are the first to suit up at 5:45 AM. The outfit features a gray jumpsuit and some climbing-type stuff, and when Gary and Dave start to put it on, Gary comments that "it looks like you're going to be carted off to a mental institution." Well, he would know. Cha-Cha-Cha ascends the many stairs, getting a lovely view of the opera house in the process. Gary and Dave get on the bridge, followed by Wil and Tara. Wil, who isn't so much a big heights-liking type of guy, says that "this is going to be a doozy." Did he say "doozy"? Wow, Bugs Bunny vocabulary! Everything old really is new again.
Danny and Oswald get across the bridge and are handed a clue wrapped in rain-resistant plastic, which tells them to go to Coober Pedy to "the metal tree." Phil gives the additional detail that they have to fly to Adelaide, where they will pick up one of three charter flights to Coober Pedy. There, they'll grab an SUV and drive to a rather barren-looking...well, metal tree. You'll know the metal tree when you see it, because it's located next to The Big Winch, which Phil tells us is a "local landmark." I originally thought he said "Big Witch," which I think would make a funnier local landmark, with the pointy hat and the broomstick and everything. A lot more people would go to see that than to see a winch, am I right?
The Teeth take to the bridge. Gary and Dave get the metal tree clue.
At the Melbourne airport, Chris and Alex have just scored their flight to Adelaide. Chris: "I think we're going to the outback, do a little hangin' out, do a little dancin' around fires..." He now does his rather brilliant didgeridoo imitation, and says he "always wanted to play that instrument...I was a tuba man myself." Stop it, Chris! Stop it, stop it, stop it! Enough with the cute, already. Like I don't despise myself enough as it is. Anyway, they get a 6:10 AM flight from Melbourne to Adelaide.