Esquire approaches the big gigantic rock formation, and Rob, firing on all cylinders, deduces that they're going rock-climbing. They de-boat and find their way to the yellow-and-white flag at King Climbers. Phil explains the process -- first you stop and get outfitted with your rock-climbing stuff. Then, you hike half a mile (as Phil says, "through thick tropical jungle"). At the end of the hike, you find the next clue. As Esquire finishes suiting up, Rob says, "Let's rock." Can I just say how much I dislike "Let's rock"? Can we ban that expression? Can we just agree that expression has outlived its usefulness? It's just so very, very Hair Band. Furthermore, in this case, it's sort of an unintentional pun, and if there's anything worse than "let's rock," it's a pun, and if there's anything worse than a pun, it's an unintentional pun, so...let's just move along. Anyway, as they walk, Brennan explains to Rob, "I've done the indoor rock-climbing gyms a couple times, and outdoor like, once or twice, and that's all." Rob: "Then I'm following you up the hill." Hee. When they actually see the gigantic looming rocks involved in this task, Rob says, "Piece of cake." The Nervous Laugh of Wondering What You Would Look Like As A Splatmark On The Beach follows.
Frank and Margarita land on the beach. They get directions to the King. When they get there, Frank is happy about the rock-climbing. He says -- and I am quoting directly here: "Waaaaaaaa-chaaaaaa." No, honest. Footage of Frank and Margarita getting started on the hike is intercut with footage of Esquire doing the hike. Margarita mentions that having done the bungee jump in the first episode made her much braver, though she adds that she's now the only woman among a bunch of guys she says are faster and stronger than she is. Interestingly, of all the stuff they've done, I think this is the first episode where physical strength was really a big factor -- with the rock-climbing, for instance. ["Although I understand that women tend to be better at rock-climbing than men, since it requires more lower-body strength, whereas men tend to have more upper-body strength." -- Wing Chun]