Everyone drives onto the car train, which then takes off. FloZach winds up on the train just in front of the twins, and when they get going, she bails out of the FloZach car to go and sit with Drew and Derek. Here is an example of the charged Flo/Drew banter to which we are subjected. Flo: "What if we get eliminated today because I didn't want to bungee?" Drew: "Well, that's what you have to think of, right?" I'm sorry, is that it? God. I've had sexier exchanges going through airport security. Flo voices over that they're "innocently flirting." It's kind of sad when you have to explain that what you're doing is supposed to be flirting. She's really not very good at it. Zach voices over that it's "a little strange" being stuck by himself in the FloZachmobile. He apparently doesn't realize at this point that he will soon only wish that he could travel alone and ship Flo separately.
Elsewhere, Teri claims to be considering whether she wants to jump or not.
As the train ride ends, Flo gets out of the twin car and jumps in behind Zach. They exchange "hey"s, and he looks at the map. The music attempts to convince you that he is upset and jealous. In fact, he is looking at the map, because someone has to, and if he leaves it to Flo, they will wind up in Norway. When the train pulls in, the teams make tracks and head in the direction of the adventure park and the red bridge. For whatever reason, Derek and Drew are still attempting navigation by compass, and Drew apparently can't make the compass work at all, which -- surprise, surprise -- makes Derek yell at him some more. (Maybe he can't work the compass because the red needle points incessantly at his steely eyes.) I swear, if this team has a signature image, it's Derek screeching at Drew from the front seat. Actually, perhaps being used to all that screeching is why Drew doesn't mind Flo. "You have a compass disability, and it's severe," Derek laments.
As FloZach drives, Zach smiles and says that he saw the red bridge, which he describes as "a very small bridge spanning a very large gap." You can tell he's thinking with amused dread about what a wonderful experience it's going to be to share this moment with Flo. She says she's "feeling severe, severe anxiety." There's a shocker for you. We see the twin car, and Drew voices over that he was really feeling a little unsure himself about whether he wanted to jump off something that was quite this high up. Gerard sees it, too, and pronounces it "horrifying." I must admit that it is pretty damn high. And pretty damn small.