And: when we return from commercials, the Bransens' driver is stopping to ask directions from a couple of cops. So fortunately, she's not entirely stupid.
The Linzes are making good time with the sugar cane, it appears. The Paolos are having a little bit more trouble, though again, Papa seems to be leading the way on this strength task. I kind of think the reason he's so strong is that he envisions DJ every time he lifts something over his head and hurls it on the ground.
The Gadzookskis find the church and get their clue from the altar boy. They choose Brush. "Let's paint! We all are good at painting!" Christine says happily. At painting...cart wheels? I wonder where they would have learned that. Christmas projects, maybe. I can see Christine making her own ornaments to give as gifts, probably along with a cookie and a card she designed herself. They leave.
Finally, the Bransens make it to the oxcart factory. They head into a little stall where there are some unfinished wheels. They take two. Would you like to guess whether Wally will lag behind? Would you? Would you?
The Weavers arrive at the metal church and get their clue. As they approach the altar boy, Rachel calls out, "Wait-o for me-o!" Okay, I apologize for everything I said about her being useless, because clearly, she's the one with the facility for languages. In other news, Mama Weaver calls the altar boy "senora." Man, like she's not making her own kids weird enough, now she has to warp the altar boy. Anyway, the Weavers select Brush, because the universe doesn't like me enough to poke them in the eye with sugar cane. "We can do more of the monotonous stuff than the strength stuff," Rachel observes in their taxi, accidentally describing herself, her team, and the entire season far more accurately than she thought.
Paolos and Linzes continue loading sugar cane. The Linzes are the first to finish the loading, so they get to leave on their tractor. The Paolos despair over how much longer it's taking them. The Linzes, meanwhile, note that this is just like being at "Aunt Susan's house...looking for pumpkins." (Meanwhile, at Aunt Susan's: "Shout-out!")