Arianne emerges with the clue first (feh), and she and Aaron read it on the dock. You'll recall that it says "Diamante K Bungalows," but Aaron reads it as "Dynamite K." Good grief. I understand struggles with driving stick or speaking Spanish or what have you, but reading out loud? Yeah, you should be able to handle that one. Turns out it's a fifty-seven mile drive to the pit stop, so there's plenty of time to get lost. Zach emerges with the clue next, which leads to plenty of jumping up and down from Flo. Michael, meanwhile, worries that he's not going to be able to find the clue at all, with the trouble he's having breathing and the salt water he's been swallowing. Heather finds the clue next, and she and Eve head out. Michael struggles, but finally, he digs deep and comes up with the clue. "I sucked it up," he interviews. Good man. That's how you do it. Kathy chuckles as she helps him out of the water. "You did good," she tells him quietly. Aw. "I can't kayak, I can't skydive, I can't swim," he says as he puts his shirt on, "but I can cook, though." "You can, because you did it," she protests. I kinda like them.
"I am in the best mood ever, because we are gonna start whoopin' some butt," Andrew enthuses in their Jeep on the way to the ferry. Andre and Damon are approaching as well.
Kenny dives with the dolphins and comes up with the clue. Yay!
Teams that have already Roadblocked return on the ferry. Flo encounters Andre and Damon, who are preparing to get on the ferry. They ask her if she's getting on the ferry, and she points out that they've already done it. She interviews that this filled her heart with happiness to know that there was a bunch that far behind. I'm happy she's happy and everything, but she wasn't really in danger of being eliminated, probably, and that two-hour lead will last until the first mega-bunching to come along, which will likely be soon. Leads really aren't cumulative, so it doesn't make all that much difference. Andre and Damon get ferry tickets.
As Dennis and Andrew walk, Dennis tells Andrew to get the Amazing Purse closed already. On cue, a piece of paper flutters from the Purse and lands on the ground. Dad scolds kid, kid picks up paper. Hee. "The dad in me wants to watch out for him," Dennis says, "but I hope we also kinda hit another level of relationship, to where we're friends and teammates." You know, I like them, too. You can know how reality television works, and you can know that there's a certain gimmickry to casting the whole Baptist/cheerleader dynamic, but...when you look at the two of them, you realize it's a really basic story, which is that they want to know each other, and they're afraid they don't. Dennis doesn't really approve of everything the kid is doing, and we could all have plenty to say about that, but I think he badly wants to understand him. Having known some kids and parents who don't even make that much of an effort, I have to respect them both for obviously wanting to find some sort of ground on which to have a relationship, which means fighting some pretty poor odds. I'm rooting for them more than a little, in more ways than one.