Connor knocks down his target. After one more launch, Rachel says, "Die!" and it works -- down goes her knight. Team Glee is in fourth place, and Katie and Rachel are right behind them. Or at least we're supposed to think so, even though that doesn't really hold up with what happens next. Team Glee follows the shopping hosts, and it's looking like a three-way footrace. "I've never run that hard in my life," Jonathan interviews. After struggling over an embankment, one of the singers jumps on the mat and slips on his ass. "Wow, that was quite an entry," Phil remarks. Brook and Claire arrive right after, so that makes them teams number three and four, respectively. In a post-leg interview, Brook says, "We were right there, in a position to be in first, and then a watermelon..." They both crack up like the watermelon that committed suicide on Claire's poor mug. Katie and Rachel come in fifth, far enough back that the mat is clear by the time they get there, so I'm doubting the professional athletes were as close behind Jonathan and Connor as we were led to believe. Unless the singers benefited a lot from their well developed lung capacity.
Chad's launching melons while Stephanie stands behind him, holding her wet pants. She was the only girl in shorts at the starting line too. Maybe she just hates wearing pants.
Gary and Mallory run to the castle, with her screaming the whole way, loud enough to drown out the angry peasants. Michael and Kevin find the boats, Kevin saying optimistically, "One time only." But they keep trying to stand on it together, which doesn't work because the wind keeps blowing the boat out from under the rope and tipping the m over. What ensues is a lengthy montage of sucking.