MoJo is heading for the park where the Dry option is found. Monica is unhappy about somebody being a good half hour ahead of them. "This is probably going to be it for us," she says. Oh, cram it, lady. That's not helpful, and it's the one place you haven't taken all your worry and crying, so don't do it now.
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In the MoJo car, Joseph notes that they can get ahead if they make a good Detour choice. Monica, on the other hand, is still bitching about the Yield, calling the mere use of the Yield "sleazy," which she says BJ and Tyler are. Certainly, she doesn't like being Yielded, but as long as the show provides for a Yield, using it is not "sleazy," to me. Using it personally is stupid, but you're obviously within your rights to use it however you want -- including counterproductively, as BJ and Tyler did. It doesn't make you sleazy, just dumb.
BJ and Tyler continue to go down the river, with Tyler pretending that he enjoys the part where he keeps falling. Eric and Jeremy note that it is taking much longer than they thought it was going to take to get a mile down a river.
MoJo finds the termite mounds and gets the clue. They think that Wet sounds hard, so they decide to do the Dry. They head out. Meanwhile, Ray and Yolanda arrive at the Dry Detour. Yolanda notes that Ray was in band, and Ray says, "I did it all. Musically inclined!" They head for a barrel of didgeridoos. They pick one and follow the sound, and indeed, there is a guy there playing one. The one he's playing does not, however, match theirs.
BJ and Tyler are headed down the river, and indeed, they have encountered one of the promised giant spiders. Tyler warns BJ away from a big spider, because that's what friends are for. Well, good friends, anyway. Jeremy does the same for Eric. Those two are starting to wonder whether this is longer than a mile.
Ray and Yolanda find the correct didgeridoo. Ray tries to blow a note, and it sounds kind of...farty, which makes Yolanda giggle. Ray receives instructions, and she just keeps giggling, but he soon gets the hang of it, and he's done. Yolanda sits down to play, but every time she blows into it, it makes her laugh. She's wasting time, on one hand, but again, I'm happy to see anyone happy. She gets done eventually, and they collect their clue. Phil explains that this clue sends them to the pit stop at Lake Bennett. And then Phil says, "The last team to check in here," and we cut to a guy doing all kinds of complex things with whips right next to where Phil is standing. And then we look at Phil, who is kind of...cowering from the whip, which I love. And then he adds, "…may be eliminated." Seasoned viewers add, "But won't be." Ray and Yolanda leave for the pit stop. In the car, Yolanda says, "Ray doesn't need a didgeridoo to make those noises. He does that all the time!" It's kind of an obvious joke, but also funny, because...hey, there's a reason a classic is a classic. Ray acts kind of stone-faced, but I sense that's sort of his MO as a general rule. As when he humorlessly says, "That's funny."