Commercials. Does dishwashing detergent need bleach alternative? I think that's almost more bleach than my life requires. Except for when I watch stuff on Fox.
Mendoza airport. Rob and Amber step on the plane. "No. Freaking. Way," says a brother. "Ron, how's your stomach?" Rob asks. Ron doesn't answer. Kelly explains to us that Rob's strategy at the Roadblock worked, and it "makes [her] sick." Well, sure. Nobody likes to be outmaneuvered. And also? Kelly didn't eat anything, nor do I think she could have, so she can pipe right down. You'll notice that it's not the people who went through that meat-eating challenge who are so judgmental about Rob's decision not to do it -- it's their partners, who have no idea, among other things, how they're feeling physically or how unpleasant it was. You want to bet some of the eaters are thinking that if they had it to do over again and were confident, as Rob was, that they wouldn't be eliminated, they'd take the penalty? Because I suspect they are. Lynn goes on to talk in an interview about how if that were any other team, they would have been cheered and applauded, which, if true, only goes to show how insincere all of these buffoons actually are. Because unless you are actually stupid, you're not going to be happy to see another team make a flight with you. You're just not. It's like saying you would cheer for someone who drew a card that beat you at poker. You can do it, but you're probably a smoke-blowing hypocrite if you do. "I hate them," Alex interviews of Rob and Amber. And then Rob looks into the camera from his seat on the plane and says, "By the skin of our teeth." And then he actually chomps. See, I don't actually want to be friends with him, I don't think, but I totally want to be able to rent him occasionally, take him out for drinks, turn his mouth loose so he can take the piss out of everyone who's currently bugging the heck out of me, and then return him.
Ray and Deana arrive at the Horseblock. She takes it, and Ray wishes her luck, because he hasn't had cause to fire up any of the crazy quite yet.