Round two! Red Team Amy can't seem to make it down the slide. The others have no problem, and many are in fact propelled about 15 feet on the grass. Everyone makes it up except for Red Team Amy, and so she and Phil are eliminated. Phil goes down to get her and help her up the hill. Brady has to prompt Vicky to clap for them. Vicky apparently hates couples that actually are nice to one another.
Round 3! A minute and 30 seconds is on the clock. Ed explains to us that things started to get a bit nerve-wracking at this point. Everyone makes it except for L.T. In Round 4, no one gets eliminated. Coleen, however, is looking pretty beat up. But she has her 14 pounds to lose, and so keeps at it. As of Round 6, the contestants have been going for an hour, and no more teams have been eliminated. There are more belly flops, and I fear that Heba is going to fly right out onto the highway. Before you know it, we're at Round 17. Neither Renee nor Coleen makes it, and the Pink and Yellow teams are out. Coleen is proud of herself despite the fact that she didn't win the prize. The Orange and Purple teams are left, with Ed facing off against Shellay. Shellay doesn't think she has it in her, and Amy tells her to try. Amy is covered in all sorts of grass. In the end, Shellay doesn't make it up in time, and the Orange team wins. Amy is proud of her for giving it a good show, particularly since she's 51 and so out-ages Ed by about 20 years. Sami tells the Orange team that they have a decision to make -- they get to allow one other team the opportunity to call home, as well. Back at the house, they tell Phil and Amy that since their son is autistic, it might be beneficial for them to be able to touch base with him. So they're getting the bonus call home. That seems like the right thing to do.
Phil and Amy call home, and Phil can hardly talk because he's crying. His son asks if he's still feeling like crap from all that exercising. Hee! His son, whose name I think is "Pierston," tells Phil that he's proud of him. Phil then talks to Rhett, who's the autistic son. We see a photo of him, and he looks like he's from 1940, or just stepped off the set of Newsies. Apparently Rhett fancies himself Charlie Brown, and calls their house "The Green House." He's into colors. He ought to love this show, then. Rhett tells Phil that he loves him, which is a big thing since kids with autism don't always show the same type of emotion as other kids. Amy gets on the phone and starts bawling. Rhett tells Amy that he misses her. Oh, God, now I'm crying. I forgot what this show does to me! Amy is happy that her family is doing okay, and that they can do a little bit longer without her and Phil.