The next morning, it is 9:00 AM when the doors are opened and the teams stroll purposefully down a wooden walkway, presumably toward a bunch of crocodile ponds. There is a sign that warns you that crocodiles move quickly and probably hate you. (I'm paraphrasing.) Clues dangle dramatically over snapping jaws. Teams begin to slip into tight rubber pants. "This is how you practice safe sex," Eric says. Oh, there's the obvious boy I remember. Yolanda hopes that these won't be as tight as the lederhosen. Heh. BJ and Tyler's guide tells them to slide their feet along, rather than lifting them up. Eric and Jeremy's guide fills in this piece of advice by clarifying that if you step on the crocodiles, they will turn around and bite you. Which you do not want to happen. And Ray and Yolanda's guide tells them something that you almost never want to hear: "No sudden movements." In the great spirit of being a total douchebag, BJ is doing this task in a top hat. Now, would that be a top hat that he somehow got to keep in spite of supposedly having to give up all his possessions? Or is it a top hat that someone happened to give him during the leg? Because if it's the former, I would like to register a complaint. You're supposed to lose your stuff, even if your stuff is allegedly entertaining. And if it's the latter, I would like to tell him that he's stupid, because why are you bothering to pick up a top hat and schlep it all over the place at this point? Tyler has a big hat, too. They sure have a lot of stuff for a team that recently lost all their stuff. The teams step into the pens. One by one, they collect the clues that are hanging. As they're leaving, Tyler says, very awkwardly, as if it's been rehearsed four hundred times, "See ya, wallets -- I mean, crocodiles." That's what he came up with? Was "wallets"?
When they're done, BJ and Tyler read a clue that tells them to drive to Batchelor, which is more than 50 miles, and where I really wish they had been required to participate in a rose ceremony. But in fact, in Batchelor, all they'll find is an airfield. Oh, and -- "Caution: Yield ahead." Phil explains the Yield again, and I dread where this is going. Behind BJ and Tyler are MoJo, then Eric and Jeremy, then Ray and Yolanda, but all the teams are soon on their way. Scrambling into cars ensues. Once they're on the way, BJ and Tyler agree that they'll Yield MoJo. Now, you'll notice -- they say that they'll Yield MoJo regardless of where anybody is situated, provided they're ahead of them at the Yield mat. Which is how you know that he Yielding is personal, not strategic. If it were strategic, it would at least matter where various teams were. MoJo passes BJ and Tyler, in part based on a conversation in which they agree that BJ and Tyler will probably Yield them if they get the chance. When Tyler asks if BJ should try to pass back, Tyler says that they're going "over 120," which is obviously in kilometers, and is only about 75 miles an hour, so...it's not so fast that you'd think you couldn't do it at all, so I'm wondering if there was some kind of a speed recommendation by production or something.