For Farmer's Dance, they have to go to a dance hall, use a hammer to ring the bell on the high striker outside -- you know, that thing they used to have at old-timey carnivals where you use a big honking mallet to whack a little thingy to make a weight fly up a column and ring a bell, but you never see it any more because it's basically a wrongful death lawsuit waiting to happen. Then they'll go inside to learn and perform a Dutch folk dance with the crowd. And then they have to eat salted herring and onions. So, basically, three different things that have absolutely nothing to do with each other. The brothers decide on the golf. Meghan can't golf, but Cheyne can't dance, so they're also doing the game. But of course before they can proceed, they have to head into the windmill to change into their Festival of Nations outfits. The costumes are for couples, so Sam calls the men's outfit for himself, which Dan claims not to care about if they can just beat Meghan and Cheyne. They get changed into their Dutch duds, including big wooden clogs. While Gary and Matt arrive outside and opt for the dance, Meghan calls to Cheyne through the sheet separating the women's changing area from the men's, telling him to copy the boys. "You're not very good at dressing yourself." Sure, they come out, and then everyone assumes they're sartorial experts. Matt drafts Gary into wearing the dress, and he claims that he's only ever worn a dress for pranks or Halloween. "Nothing kinky," he assures us in an interview. Hey, there's a first time for everything.
Ericka finishes another round of bell-counting, but since she's only up to 56, she's got to start over. "I just don't want to go home on account of bells," she interviews sadly. What would she like to go home on account of, then? Brian is sympathetic from down below. "She's gotta be close," he repeats. Well, she's closer than she was.
Sam and Dan get on their bikes, yodeling really badly and struggling with their dresses. Meghan is still worried about the golf, Cheyne tells her she'll be fine, but at least they can each agree that the other looks cute. Gary and Matt are also on their bikes. We don't hear how cute they think each other are.
Tiffany and Maria have just opened the Detour clue and are making a fateful decision. "I think I'm good enough at both," Maria says. She will actually turn out to be equally good at both, which is not quite the same thing. She wants Tiffany to make the choice, because now Tiffany has to make all the decisions in addition to doing all the work. In any case, they go for the dance option. For now.