Suspenseful shot of The Last Non-Eliminated Team approaching. Who is it? Is it Kenny? Is it Momily? We see only the inside of the cab as it pulls up. Cut to the hillside where the mat is, with the focus tight on a torch in the foreground. Two figures come up over the hill, completely out of focus. As they come closer, the focus pulls from the torch to the people, the music swells Momily! Yaaaaay! Now THIS team SERIOUSLY thinks they're last. They go stand on the mat, prepared to meet Phil. Welcome, Momily, you are Team Number Five. This takes a minute to sink in. "Number five?" Em asks, and then gives an adorable girly scream, turning to her mom with her arms raised. She and her mom hug a little and try to catch their breath. "You're kidding, right?" Emily asks. "Oh, my God," Nancy says in disbelief. "I cried the whole way here." Gorgeous Momily smiles all around. "Pinch me!" Nancy says, and then grabs Emily in one last impetuous Mom hug. Aww. Everybody go call your mom.
Team Kenny. Lenny opens the cab door, leans out, and pukes. It's a perfect indicator of the change in tone, honestly. Karyn, teeming with sympathy, says with disgust, "Can you at least make it to the yellow flag?" Welcome, Team Kenny, you are Team Number Six. Ha! Karyn fires off one last round of Eyeball Daggers Of Death, but boy, is it too late now. Grim Reaper Phil approaches and tells them they're eliminated. Like everybody else, they say, "We know."
Karyn's Speech, Which Is Kinda Like The With-No-Ill-Regrets Speech, Except Meaner. "I'm disappointed in myself, I'm disappointed in us as a team, and I'm going to walk away with some really good memories, but at the same time, I would by lying if I didn't say this is going to take a toll on us as a team. I'm too analytical, I'm too competitive, I'm too impatient, and for everything I am, he's the opposite." Lenny, looking cold as ice: "But, um, at this point, I guess -- I guess she's right, we're just total opposites." Back to Karyn, wearing a creepy, icy smile: "I still love him, but I don't think it's gonna work. Like I said, I'm too competitive. It's not so much the game. He seems to think that it's about the game, and it's about so much more than that to me. The money was not an issue. The issue is giving a hundred and twenty percent every single minute, and that meant a lot to me. And I feel like, um, I did it, and I feel like he didn't."