Jeremy and Sandy arrive next. More B-roll of large-scale Lego constructions (a roller coaster, model trains, and a Space Shuttle), and the snowboarders are on the ride and waiting to go when Jeremy and Sandy join them and climb into a separate car. Sandy's the least excited of all of them: "I'm gonna puke," she announces before she's even sitting down. As the ride starts, both teams dump out their boxes, but only one team does a decent job of keeping track of their pieces. Can you guess which team loses one out of their car entirely, so it's sitting out on the giant turntable? And can you guess which other team is actually enjoying this? I'll give you a clue: it's the same team that's actually made progress by the time the ride stops for the first time and they all have to put their hands up. The teams exchange "Arrr"s during the pause and Jeremy wishes for his son's help with this. I'm sure he misses his kid, but they're shitty team players when it comes to Legos at that age.
Ernie and Cindy cross the border into Germany. Cindy shares that Ernie lived in a little town in Bavaria for a year, which I'm sure will come in handy. Ernie gets confused on the difference between a dialect and an accent, but Cindy's there to straighten him out.
Jeremy's got "Hamburg," on their puzzle, and Sandy's got an urge to hurl. "It was the worst thing that we've had to do," Sandy interviews. On the other hand, Andy says that snowboarders are immune to motion sickness. "Spin to win," he says. Jeremy and Sandy are still missing a piece, and when the ride it stops, all three male racers currently on the ride are just waiting for Sandy to throw up already.