Lori and Bolo and Hornio are pulling up to the ski jump. Bolo and El Hornio take the Roadblock, which, you will recall, has a clue saying only the "Olympian feat" thing, so it would have been hard for them to know exactly what it is. And in the end, it winds up feeling a little intentionally misleading, because I don't recall Olympic...ziplining. Once he gets to the top, though, El Hornio says that he began wondering whether this was a very good idea. Bolo goes first, and just watching him fall makes El Hornio bite his thumb in fear. No, literally. He bites his thumb. Oh, El Hornio. As the guy sets El Hornio up to go, the guy says, "Boy, you really don't like the heights, do you?" I think El Hornio must really have that smell of terror about him. El Hornio agrees that he doesn't. Once Bolo lands and he and Lori take off, Rebecca gives El Hornio a cheer. And then he says that he loves his mom. And then he finally goes. Not only does he bicycle his feet like a total freakazoid while he's doing it, he yells out, "Mom, I love you!" on the way down. Dude. That's just undignified. Even for a self-described "eccentric," that's not going to score you any points. I bet even your mom thinks that was dorky. Rebecca cheers him and gives him kisses when it's over, though. As she tells him how proud of him she is, they run off. I'm sure she doesn't mind not being included in the screams he unleashed in anticipation of his death.
And here are Gus and Hera, in fifth place. When they see the "Olympic feat" part, they decide that Hera had better do it. And, of course, Gus wouldn't have been crazy about the climb to the top, considering what a time he had climbing up to the waterfall last week. Right behind them is Nuance, and to her credit, Kendra takes it. Hera ziplines. Kendra ziplines, screaming the whole time, to the chuckles of her boyfriend. These teams leave.
Kristy and Lena's Fern brings them directly to the Viking Village. They thank him profusely and give him lots of hugs, and then they part. My question is this: how is Fern getting home? He's stuck out at the Viking Village, he's got no ride. Are we abandoning poor Fern to the tender mercies of a bunch of imaginary Vikings? Because that seems kind of sad, really. He's going to wind up hanging out in the gift shop, poring over model ships and waiting for his dad to pick him up. Having abandoned their Scandinavian savior, the girls run to the clue box. The clue explains that tomorrow morning at 7:00, the teams will divide into two groups of five teams and row two Viking boats across a fjord to a dock, where they'll get a new clue. Kris and Jon pull up to the Viking Village just behind the girls, so those teams are the first two to settle in.