Montage of the other five teams on the way to the Route Marker, in what looks like a terrifying cab ride for all of them given the speed and traffic. Also, the cabs are so narrow that teams are sitting by themselves in the back seat, with what must be a very uncomfortable camera guy crammed in the front between the driver and the sound guy. "I just hope we don't go to gettin' too loose with me, cause we're gonna have some stuff a-spewin'," Bopper says. That's not actually an exaggeration, because soon Mark is gagging into a plastic bag. Bopper interviews that Mark can't ride in the back seat without throwing up, which explains why he's always driving. The Border Patrol team is able to see these goings-on from the cab next to them. "That's funny, that poor dude," Art laughs. Not to mention the other four poor dudes in a tiny little cab with Mark and a steaming bag of puke.
At the hay market, Joey "Fitness" is belatedly giving Danny instructions from the top of the truck, since Danny won't (or can't) read them himself. Both stacks are taking shape. "When are we gonna do some city stuff?" Danny complains. When you go on The Apprentice, maybe? Other Rachel is stacking as fast as she can, but Dave is still throwing them down so quickly she's getting a backlog, as well as hay and dust in her eyes. She looks like Lucille Ball on the assembly line. Other Rachel says she needs a hand and Dave quickly says, "Coming down." Oh, good, he's on his way to help her. Nice to see him being so responsive. Oh no, he means he's sending another bale plummeting down on top of her expanding pile. "For the love of Jesus," she says as he pushes down bales three at a time. "I can't do this any more." So maybe trade jobs? Let him deal with up while you deal with down for a while?