Chad and Stephanie are arriving at the castle in fourth place, followed by Katie and Rachel. "My pants are falling off!" one of them says as they run to the clue box. I guess as beach volleyball players, they're not really used to wearing them. We learn that they refer to Stephanie as "Tinkerbell," probably because of Stephanie's blonde pixie cut. Trying a little too hard with the nicknames, girls. If Stephanie were really like Tinkerbell, who needed applause to survive, dating Chad would kill her dead. Both teams head up the ladder.
Ron and Tony have found Stonehenge. The majestic stones, which have stood for millennia while patiently chronicling the infinitely slow dances of the heavens, are like "Finally!" The last-place team asks a different park service guy for help, and Ron wonders if there are other teams ahead of them. "Lots and lots," the old bloke says cheerfully. "Did that really happen, did we just blow it that quickly?" Ron interviews. Hey, it's a race; you have to do everything fast. Unfortunately their speed was used in to going from first to last in less time than any team since Zev and Justin..
Back at the moat, Thomas is giving Jill encouragement as she pulls them across. Nat and Kat, who have the advantage of being roughly the same size, are sitting facing each other, handling the rope between them like they're knitting with a spiderweb. Brook is trying to keep Claire focused, even though the wind keeps threatening to pull them out from under the guide rope, and once that happens, you're screwed, with no way to get back on course but sink and wade back to the beginning. Jill and Thomas reach the far side as Chad and Stephanie reach the boats waiting for them.