Getting back in their car, Ernie asks Cindy how she feels about U-Turning someone. "I wanna win a freaking leg!" Cindy says. "I'm sorry, Bill and Cathi, but... can't be nice any more. It's a million dollars." Nope. It's leg eight. The million dollars doesn't come into play unless they make it to leg twelve, or fifteen, or thirty-nine, or whatever the total number ends up being because of how that's kind of dependent on how many more non-elimination legs they're going to throw in here.
Bill and Cathi are stamping out indistinct blobs of butter. Cathi says they've already made 24. You'd think they'd be good at it by now, but fingers crossed for the next batch. Andy and Tommy are pulling up outside, and finally the grandparents satisfy the dairy maids and get their next clue. The snowboarders are doing the same, out at the mailbox. Seeing Bill and Cathi heading for the windmill, they ask how the butter churning was. "It's doable," Cathi says. They decide on that one, as Tommy remarks that animals are "always kinda hard." Approaching the windmill with the U-Turn sign under it, Bill says, "Somebody's up there, and it looks like us." Cathi realizes Cindy and Ernie U-Turned them. "That says something, doesn't it?" Bill remarks calmly. Then, without a second thought, they U-Turn Laurence and Zac. So as always, the morality of the U-Turn is entirely dependent upon which end of it you're on. Heading back, Cathi asks, "How good are you at rabbits?" "I guess I'll learn," Bill says. "Bastards." Hey, that's no way to talk about rabbits. They soon find their way to the field where the rabbit-leading happens. There are lanes marked off, and piles of obstacle pieces at the head of each one that they'll have to set up to match the one that's already arranged. They quickly put them together and arrange them correctly, after which they get to head over the cages to choose a rabbit. Bill picks a brown one that he dubs "Hopper" and carries over to the head of the course. As Bill leads him along, he little critter looks cute jumping over everything, but since he stopped a few times, Bill has to take him through it again. Which is fine with me; I could watch this indefinitely.