Jaime and Cara arrive at the dojo in last place, and Jaime will be doing this one. They're both pleasantly surprised to see other teams still there, indicating that they're still in the race. Jaime apologizes to the person helping her get dressed, "I'm sorry if I smell." She's also worried about her aim with the bow and arrow. At a range of six feet, she probably needn't worry.
Luke scores his target. Cord boasts, "I'm from Oklahoma. I've shot a bow and arrow, I feel right at home." Except he probably shoots from farther away. He hits the target as well, with a Japanese cowboy whoop. Kent lets out a long, dorky, overly-theatrical moan that has everyone in earshot rolling their eyes before he lets fly. "Mastah, sank you," he says, getting his clue, like people who speak a different language will understand yours better if you speak in it a cheesy version of what you think their accent is. When Mike's turn comes to shoot the bow and arrow, he looks so shaky and awkward and dorky on the horse that he looks more like a Mike White character than the actual Mike White, but a hit's a hit, and he's done. Now that everyone else is gone, Jaime is looking worried all over again.
Zev/Justin and Gary/Mallory find the field out in the Japanese countryside, and get out of their cars to enter big white changing tents set up next to a blue tarp spread out on the ground. While changing, Zev asks, "Are we about to get super dirty?" "Don't tell me this is all we're wearing," Gary says. As for what's going on in the ladies' tent, all we get is the sound of Mallory's cackles. Zev and Justin emerge in their borrowed white briefs. "It was like we were really skinny Sumo wrestlers," Zev says. They run out to the field as Zev says, "Let's find this frog and then eat its legs for good luck." They gingerly step into the mud pit with about twenty other people standing silently in it, and at the call of the leader, the locals start throwing clots of mud at them. Not what they expected. Zev has a minor freak-out and climbs out, looking for the goggles that are up on his forehead. He's taking it pretty well, though.