Lena and Kristy go for Endurance. Bolo initially suggests Accuracy. "But Accuracy is, you gotta be accurate," Lori cautions. "Okay," Bolo says. Heh. It's good he has her there to clear stuff up. Nuance heads for the roller skis, as does Hornio. Hayden talks Aaron into Endurance, and Bolo and Lori and Kris and Jon go that way as well. Gus and Hera, on the other hand, choose Accuracy. I'm really sad that we missed the opportunity to see Gus on roller skis. Because...awesome. Jonathan is running toward the Accuracy, as Victoria calls out, "It's archery and stuff, are you good at that?" "Who cares? Let's try it!" he calls back. Wait..."Who cares"? I wonder if he knows that you're allowed to try to predict your proficiency at the two Detour options before you choose which one you're going to do. Just a little trick some teams have tried.
Anyway, Spazpants starts with the peg game, the trick of which is that you have to hit all the outside ones and avoid the middle one until last. Victoria manages to hit an outside one, and is very happy. Until Jonathan knocks over the "king," which is the middle one. You can imagine the hissyfit that would have ensued on his part if the situations had been reversed, but she only jumps up and down. "Sorry, babe," he tosses off. Nothing like having a guy conking you with the trunk and calling you "babe." Gus and Hera are doing the pegs as well.
Over at the skis, Kris is nervous, pointing out that she's only skied twice in her entire life. "Do you want to go Accuracy?" he asks her. "Yeah," she says, and they switch. Nuance is having the same thought. "Let's do Accuracy, screw this," Freddy says. I have a feeling that when they saw the first couple of teams take off, some of the more deliberate teams had second thoughts about how long that might take them. Nuance does not, however, enjoy the pegs either when they get going. "Did they actually play this in ancient times?" Freddy asks. "'Cause this is the biggest waste of time I've ever seen." Clearly, he has never tried macramé. Kris and Jon and Don and MJ are not enjoying the pegs in the early going either.
Lori and Bolo are skiing, and she's having no fun. Lori racks herself. No pun intended. Bolo interviews that he was really trying not to laugh, but that it was pretty funny seeing Lori all over the place like that. In the interview, Lori does a fakey-fake laugh for the camera, and then snaps her face to dead seriousness, all, "Ha ha, not," which is kind of funny.