Meanwhile, Pam & Winnie are still lost, trying to figure out which way they're supposed to be holding the map. They're mad at themselves for screaming off in a random direction without making a plan until it was too late. The bright side is that this is a mistake they probably won't make again, one way or the other. After the ads, though, Pam points to the verrrry edge of the map where they are now and figures that they know where they're going now. I don't know how, because it's not like there are street signs out here, but whatever.
Beth seems to have found her rhythm and she and Mona run to the Pit Stop and become team number six. They probably aren't going to be starting a stilt derby league any time soon. But I suddenly kind of hope someone does.
Max & Katie take off on their jet-skis, hoping to leave Caroline and Jennifer far behind. The latter team ends up tearing off in hot pursuit.
Idries & Jamil are now doing the treasure chest challenge like I thought they should in the first place and are amazed to discover that the provided diving helmets allow them to breathe underwater. I have to assume that the clue describing the Detour options left that part out, which is the only explanation for why they avoided this one in the first place. In fact, they seem to quickly figure this out and even have a little fun doing it. They just need to remember to keep their diving helmets on. If they do that, the water won't come in.
Pam & Winnie finally get to Motu Patu and between the two of them, Pam claims to be the more well-balanced individual. She at least has the lower center of gravity. She mounts the stilts, claiming, "It's just like wearing heels," and quickly falls off. So I assume she doesn't spend much time in heels. Winnie advises her from the sidelines not to fall off and is about to explain why until Pam yells back, "Stop talking, Winnie!" and puts her palm crown back on with as much dignity as she can manage, which under the circumstances is not a great deal.