Margie and Luke reach the luau first, probably because their superior carrying method meant that as far as we could see, they never had to put their pig down once. They lower it down onto the waiting fire pit so they can figure out what to do next. Back on the beach, Jaime is becoming a symphony of frustration after Cara's latest dropping of the pig. Victor asks Tammy for "three more steps than you think you can." She drops it again, and he asks, "Do you want to be done?" "Yes, Victor, I'm trying!" she snaps. Jaime makes Cara switch ends with her again while the surf washes their pig, but the next time Cara tries to lift the pole, she collapses entirely. "Get up! Get up!" Jaime screams, like this is Fight Club. Cara explains she's trying to keep seawater out of the pig. Yeah, I don't think quality control is their main priority any more. "This is how you lose a million dollars," Jaime tells her. Oh, hey, now, it's still early. In fact, we're not even to the first commercial break yet. Oh, wait, now we are.
Back from the ads, the three women get it together, and the cheerleaders manage the home stretch by manhandling the pole in the crooks of their arms. Victor urges Tammy to get their pig all the way to the fire pit before putting it down again, which she doesn't quite manage. "Of course we have the one all the way at the end," Jaime complains when she and Cara reach the fire pits. Well, yeah, it's a race, not a gas station.