Moving forward at a good clip
Meatblock! Oh, please. Let's not go through it all again. The first time almost killed me.
Ultimately, Lynn and Alex came to the pit stop first. Ron and Kelly noted that the people who quit the task were bad human beings, and Kelly called Ray and Deana "Rob and Amber's puppets." Patrick and Susan eked out the victory over Debbie and Bianca, and the roller-skating cuties were Philminated. It was totally a moral victory for them, because they certainly didn't deserve to be bounced from the race just because they don't know the difference between mountains and ocean. Or east and west. Or asking directions and snorting at locals. Bye, ladies!
Argentinean Ranch. Horseblock! As hard as it is to believe, it turns out that Deana had an even worse time with her horse than we saw the first time. Not really sure what's up with the inappropriate use of oompah music, because she's not feeding the horse sausages and beer or anything, but she does even more whining than you'd think. And Ray's like, "Kick the horse, Deana!" He really does hate it when you don't kick hard enough. "My shoe fell off," Deana whines at one point. Well, that will interfere with your kicking. Susan and Patrick didn't have a good experience, either. It turns out that Patrick sat down and declared the task "impossible" at one point. So he was working that "never say anything other than 'die'" attitude all day long.
In case you've forgotten -- in case anyone has let you -- Rob and Amber weaseled their way onto the first flight. They're living the American dream, et cetera. Then we had the Shipwreck/Island Detour, in which your choices ran the gamut from A to A and a half...or something. This is, however, where you find your Brian/Greg Character Moment, in which Greg interviews that he and Brian don't want to wind up just playing the game for its own sake. They want to have fun, too. "We already know where we are in our relationship." We cut to the world's most awesome piece of interview footage, in which Brian says, "We're not out to decide if we should be brothers anymore," and looks at Greg, and Greg cracks up. And it's so hilarious, and true, and they just kind of called out one of the show's dumber aspects, so that's pretty awesome. Not that I'd be surprised if some show at some point found a way to put on a pair of siblings who were deciding whether to be siblings anymore. At any rate, in spite of their penalty, Rob and Amber finished first.