Commercials. Nattily dressed butlers want you to buy a Rubbermaid stepstool. And you know you can't resist nattily dressed butlers.
Margarita, still trying to climb. Frank, still trying to find that balance. Margarita eventually makes it to the top. They're reunited in the little cave at the end of the climb, and they low-five. That was hard for her, and he tells her to "be very proud of [her]self." Aww, good choice, Supportive Encouraging Frank. She "can't believe [she] just did that." They look at the "Sea, Land & Trek" clue.
In the Esquire boat, Rob is looking at his boo-boo.
Danza climbs down the rocks, and as Margarita gets to the bottom, Frank yells, "Margarita! All RIIIIIGHT! All RIIIIIGHT!" in a way I find completely endearing. Yeah, he's still kinda loud and pushy, but somehow it just doesn't seem as bad as it used to. Never let it be said I cannot change my mind, given the right motivation to do so. They do the hike down, which appears to be almost as annoying (for different reasons) as the hike up. Then, they rappel into the boat, where they're absolutely giddy. Awww. I admit to smiling. How did this happen?
Esquire, at Raile Beach. They inquire about how to get to Ao Luk, where they have to go to look for the Sea, Land & Trek (S/L/T) boat-rental place. Rob notes that it's "another boat ride, dude." (He's also chomping his gum, so...maybe the finger is still bugging him.) Apparently, as Brennan the Talking Boy explains, the boat ride is the first step, and then they'll have to get a taxi the rest of the way to Ao Luk. He also explains that Frank and Margarita are very close behind them, but they don't really care much at all about that, because as long as these two teams stay far ahead of the Frats and Guidos, it doesn't really matter where they are in relation to each other. Brennan, incidentally, needs a shave. (Rob? Not so much. It's probably because, you know, he's a girl.)