Everybody snoozes on the ferry. There's a particularly amusing shot of a mouth-breathing Paige. Chris looks pensively out over the water, in a shot that would be lovely except for the hat.
Back at Picton, Cha-Cha-Cha is preparing to board the ferry. Danny wants to get on first. "Don't sweat the small stuff," Oswald tells him. Sheesh. You know, there's relaxed, and then there's, you know, failure to race. I'm not sure you really want to push the boundary between those two, my dears.
On the ferry, everybody has boarded their campers in preparation for departure. Tara has some bad news for the Weasel. "Our battery's dead," she says. "What? How can our battery be dead?" he says anxiously. She starts the engine. "Don't scare me like that," he says. Heh. I don't think she did that on purpose, but I wish she had. The Teeth check a map. Alex and Wil reach out of their respective windows and slap fists. "Final three," Wil says. "Final three, baby," Alex says. Yeah, Alex, you're doing a great job of conveying your moral outrage at the way he treats his wife. Don't you think it probably makes Wil act even worse that you continue to be his buddy even though he acts like a dick? I seriously do not get this behavior at all. Wil winks at Alex. EW!
Everybody drives off the ferry. Phil voices over that they're headed for a village inhabited by "native Maori warriors." The Weasel starts bitching at Tara, and she points out that it's a six-hour drive from where they are, so he might want to pace himself.
Cha-Cha-Cha's ferry takes off from Picton. "Patience is a virtue," Oswald deadpans. They look out at the wake.
Driving, driving, and more driving. A sea lion rests on a rock. (It looks like a sea lion. I'm not Jack Hanna, though, so I could be wrong.) In the Teeth Camper, Paige hands Blake what looks to be a grilled cheese sandwich. I'm surprised they don't actually turn to the camera, smile, and show little twin sparkles on their teeth over a little "ding" noise on the soundtrack.
Danny and Oswald get to Wellington. They make it off the ferry and onto the highway.
In the Weasel Camper, Wil says that every team has a good chance of winning, but he and Tara have the best chance of all. "Because I got Tara," he says, apparently making the world's most desperate and unlikely attempt at sucking up, "I got sunshine." She shakes her head.