Up at the next clue box, Ron and Kelly pluck a Detour clue calling for a choice between Food and Water. In Food, you use a traditional container and two sticks to grind corn. Some local ladies will be checking the corn to make sure you have it ground properly, and once you have enough to fill a basket up to a line, you'll be done. In Water, you use straws to suck up water from a spring, and then you fill up 12 ostrich eggs and bury them (for storage) to get their next clue. ["I can't tell you how relieved I was that this did not involve a choice between eating seventy ears of corn or drinking two gallons of water." -- Sars] Ron and Kelly choose food and start on pounding some corn. "Pour it in there, and then we've got to beat the crap out of it," Ron notes, giving a not-unreasonable description of the task. They pound. Or, if you will, "beat the crap out of it."
At the crash site, someone says the doctor is on the way, and Lynn and Alex take off. You'll be shocked to hear that in the car, Lynn's favorite topic of conversation is that Rob and Amber didn't stop their car, so that they could stand around and do absolutely nothing, the way Lynn and Alex apparently did. "They're just awful pigs," he says, "I mean, literally." And by "literally," he of course means, "not literally, but still."
Ray and Deana pull a rolling stop and yell out the window, "You guys okay?" And then they move on. In their car, Gretchen and Meredith talk about her desire that he not break the car, and his opposing desire that they not lose. He asks her if she wants to go home that night. "I don't want to go home tonight," she says. "But I don't want to have my bladder up in my chest cavity, either." Which was pretty damn funny, if you ask me. "My bladder up in my chest cavity"? That's a damn fine line, lady. You acquitted yourself well. It's not a cliché, and "chest cavity" is an inherently funny body part. I know you said "bladder" because you're thinking about the fact that you need to pee, but still. By the time they roll by the crash site, there are a bunch of vehicles and even more people standing around. Uchenna and Joyce are just behind them, and both teams slow down -- at least for looky-loo purposes -- and the boys wave them by. "You guys all right?" Uchenna yells out the window. See, this is where I think driving by was ass, but it wasn't dangerous, you know? It's just...ass.