Alex almost manages to instigate a water fight with the pinks, as both teams madly bail out boats right next to each other. It does seem like that's likely to happen, given the proximity the teams are working in. In other news of interaction or the lack thereof, among the tools they've been given to empty the boat is a little hand pump. Whichever pink has been using it is getting tired, so she calls out to Tricia to take over. "Put it between your legs and pump!" goes the hurried instruction. Because there is no Linz reaction shown to this, you know that either the Linz reaction had to be edited out, or the Linzes didn't hear it go by. Because if you think they would have let that go, you have learned even less than I knew when I didn't know which one of them was which. Before too long, the Linzes have their boat empty enough that they're able to all get on one side and tip it up to get the rest of the water out. The pinks think to do the same, but they don't have enough water emptied out yet, so they have to continue bailing as the Linzes drag their boat up on the shore. They collect their clue, which tells them to drive to the pit stop. Phil explains that the pit stop is at Lake Powell, and at Antelope Point, they have to pick a boat and search the lake for a houseboat where the mat is located. The Linzes are excited as they head out.
The Weavers are still using their compass. I so completely don't care.
The Bransens are up on the top of the dam, and they get the clue and pick Bailing. Wally wonders whether the other is easier, but when he admits that he can't use a compass, the Tonyas are like, "Right. Bailing, then." Wally = useless ballast. Got it. What else have you got?
The pinks work hard to try to tip their boat, and they're right on the edge of having it done when the Weavers run right by, finishing up the compass Detour option and getting their clue from right by where the pinks are still struggling. Boo! The pinks finally get their boat empty and move it up on the shore. Both teams head for the pit stop. Meanwhile, Wally and the Tonyas head for the Bailing.
The Linzes, winging their way across the water on their boats, are excited about being first. Nick notes that if they make it to the car and can do the drive without mistakes, they'll come in first. As they return, they pass the approaching Bransens, and give an encouraging "Ahoy!" Everybody sort of gradually realizes, as these four teams all clump up on the river with the first three done and the Bransens just starting, that nobody knows where the Paolos are.