Inside the castle, Laurence and Ernie find their way upstairs to some curtained-off changing areas to get into their outfits. Ernie, looking relatively butch in a white tunic and black breeches, says he doesn't ordinarily wear tights. Zac gets into a dark-teal number, and then it's off to makeup. Yes, they're getting powdered up as well. Meanwhile, Laurence is impressed by the castle. "This is a full job, here," he comments. On to the ballroom, where a small chamber orchestra is playing for the reenactors milling about the room. Ernie enters, his outfit now topped off with a poufy white hat that makes him look like a seventeenth-century chef, and picks out an instructor from the line. Watching from the sidelines, Cindy jumps up and down some more: "This is so cute." Laurence tells us, "This probably would have suited me a little better. I used to be a frontman in a rock and roll band, you know." Well, sure, you can tell that just by looking at him. And this is the same kind of thing, after all. Zac picks out and instructor and interviews, "I had to get tutored how to dance by a weird-looking man in tights. Not one of my prouder moments."
Amani and Marcus disembark at Copenhagen International Airport at about the same time that Jeremy and Sandy decide to go back to the church and start over. Team Pre-Owned gets back there just before Team NFL arrives for the first time, but it's not until both teams are up on the balcony that Sandy spots Amani. They don't exactly run and hug each other. Sandy interviews that they were shocked. "There goes our buffer." While of course Amani and Marcus have the opposite reaction.
Unlike the previous two teams who arrived at the castle, Bill and Cathi park off the grounds and take the long walk into the courtyard. "Who's ready to take a few steps back in time?" reads Cathi, and says this is hers. Who in their sixties wouldn't want to go back in time, after all? As Bill joins Laurence and Cindy on the sidelines, Laurence jokes about the "rap dancing" that's about to happen. The sour-faced locals seem unamused. Ernie begins his first dance routine with an old-lady partner, but takes a wrong step and has to start over. Cathi joins the party, looking pretty convincing in the old-timey dress. "She looks lovely," Bill chuckles. Cindy asks if they met in high school (when Cathi dressed like that all the time), and Bill says it was middle school. "She was twelve and I was thirteen. Went together for eight years and got married on the day of graduation from college." That must have been a busy day. Cindy admits she and Ernie just met in a bar. Hey, Bill didn't say he and Cathi didn't.