Brian and Greg try to find a nice person to ask directions, but when they tap on a woman's window, she apparently has read The Gift of Fear and won't respond. Good on you, lady. You don't make yourself accessible to every stinky stranger just because he asks you. They and Ron and Kelly are both still hunting around for directions, and Uchenna and Joyce are finding it very difficult.
Rob and Amber get to the towers and notice that there's already someone up top doing the walk. Ray is indeed making his way across as Rob and Amber approach. When they get there, they're informed of the fact that somebody is already up there, and that if that team gets it, they'll be screwed. They decide to hang around in the hopes that the other team will bail out of this "very scary" Fast Forward, as Amber puts it. Not a good call, like, at all. It's very unlikely that that will happen. Indeed, Ray is just finishing up the walk, so all that's left is Deana. Ray tells us it's "the scariest thing [he's] ever done." In the spirit of togetherness, I'm sure he's determined to make it just as scary for Deana.
Brian and Greg get directions toward the tunnels. Speaking of which, Ron and Kelly are the first team to get there. Shortly thereafter, Brian and Greg arrive. So now, both of these teams are setting up to spelunk. Kelly gives a sarcastic thumbs-up as she says that her pageant training is really helpful at moments like this. Heh. The boys, meanwhile, talk about how "spelunking" is just a great word all around. I feel the same way about "fluctuate." By the way, have I mentioned my abiding love for them, and how bad I feel about having ever acted like they would make bad imaginary boyfriends? Because I feel really bad.
Rappelling down into the tunnel follows. As it turns out, there are some very narrow passages down there that the teams have to squeeze themselves through. And it's dark. And cave-like.
Up at the Fast Forward, Deana is starting out across the bridge, and Amber and Rob are talking about how they're probably screwed, but they feel like they've kind of committed, so they might as well see if it works out for them. Rob asks her if she thinks there's a decent chance the other team won't do it, and she says she doesn't think so, really. He asks her whether she thinks that they should leave right now, and he tells her she should decide. Up top, Deana takes small steps. At the bottom, Rob presses Amber to make the call about staying or going. "I'm asking you to make the decision," he says. "Can you do that? Just tell me yes or no." She hesitates. We leave Deana half-frozen at the top of the towers. And Amber half-frozen at the bottom. Not a great moment for the women of the lead teams.