And now, back to the field. Remember the field? It's where Wanda and Desiree and Danielle and Dani are. Looking for the gnomes. Remember? The "Roadblock"? At any rate, Dani and Desiree take the task. Incidentally, if you've ever wondered whether "Dani" is something of a cheat so that this team isn't named "Danielle and Danielle," it is. Because the one they call "Danielle" says to the one they call "Dani" as she's starting the Roadblock, "Danielle, fast." Desiree, for her part, seems to be a trifle confused, as she seems to think you have to dig in the hole rather than just peeking in the hole, which may be costing her time. Dani reaches into a hole under some feet and pulls out a gnome. She and Danielle are on their way. Desiree feels like she's already looked in every single hole. She apologizes, but her mom isn't satisfied: "You've been walking; she was running." Eh. True, but I'm not sure that's going to help at this point. "The fact of the matter is," Desiree says, "they're all gone." Tearfully, she says she just doesn't know where there is left to look.
Commercials. Cereal: same as shampoo. Where is there to go, really?
We return to Desiree, still unable to figure out how to find a gnome. Wanda tells her not to get upset, but to keep looking. Finally, Desiree finds one, but when they get going, they're well in last place.
Fran and Barry, you are team number four.
Joseph and Monica and Ray and Yolanda are not enjoying the bottle-breaking. Here comes the band again! Monica is so frustrated that she suggests they Bald Snark it over to the dancing. That would normally be a bad idea, but of course, the dancing is being judged according to effort, apparently, so it might not work out too badly. Ray and Yolanda are surprised, and expect that MoJo might be back. But over at the dancing, again, it turns out that you only have to sort of, kind of, mostly do the dance. Actually, MoJo is a damn sight better than Barry and Fran, and I can't really complain about their execution when they finally get their clue. The cheer that goes up alerts Ray and Yolanda that the dance might not be so hard after all, and they abandon the bottles, too. Again, it looks like Ray and Yolanda are much, much closer to doing the dance than Fran and Barry were.