They sit down, and their scowling host serves them their sheep's head on a platter without saying a word. Obviously Kat's pretty horrified as they split up the head and start dismantling it. Even Nat's cooking strategy of picking it apart so it's not identifiable is going to have limited success, because the meat itself looks incredibly greasy and nasty. There's still an eyeball in there, for God's sake. "You know what?" Kat says gamely as she pops her first morsel into her mouth, "tastes like money." Gagging and horror-film music leads us into the ads. Doesn't sound like money.
Kat's still struggling as we rejoin them after the break, and Kat interviews, "It was very difficult to get the food actually down." Yeah, I'm no vegetarian and this still grosses me out. I don't even like the head on my beer.
On to Skjombrua Bridge, an impressive suspension job spanning a wide fjord. The dad teams are the first to arrive and learn that it's a Road Block, and it calls for strength, stamina, and guts. Suddenly we see Phil standing outside the bridge's railing, telling us that a member of each team will need to step off, rappel down, and then signal to one of only two Zodiac boats (challenge, or budget issue?) that will be plying the fjord and handing out clues. Then they need to climb the 130 feet back up the cable, using one of those ratchet-like ascender thingies this show loves so much. Gary and Kevin are doing this, the latter because, as he interviews later, the clue said it called for "strength, stamina, and guts, and my dad..." "I don't have none," Michael laughs. Hey, Michael has guts. He never did vomit them out on that soccer field in Ghana, as far as we know.
Team QVC arrives a bit late at the bridge, and Brook hands this one off to a reluctant Claire, promising to do the next one no matter what it is. Brook acts all excited on behalf of Claire, who informs her, "You are such a little--"