With that, it's time for hour two and a challenge involving very long Slip 'n Slides. Yes, believe it. Vinny says, "I'm just pumped up because I know that all this slides well." How does he know that, I wonder? There is a lot of butter in the south. Sami tells the contestants that to win, the teams will have to scramble...and unscramble. Each team as a slide, at the bottom of which are twelve triangular blocks. Their job is to slide down, grab a block and race back to their starting position. They must then unscramble the blocks to reveal three prizes -- we get a preview and see that the prizes are $6,000 dollars, a three-pound advantage, and immunity for one. The teams must choose the prize that they want and raise it in the air. Everyone must go on the Slip 'n Slide at least once, and only one person can go as a time.
The challenge begins! And, wow. The jiggling is very impressive. Vinny and Ramon are some sort of physics geniuses who really know how to utilize the Slip 'n Slide. Vinny recommends staying in the path of the water, which seems to work fairly well. People seem to be having fun, though Sunny's cautious nature results in a slow trip down the slide. Poor Bonnie has to go at least once, and waits until Jessica and John have taken a few turns each. She goes very slowly at first, but then catches a current and really starts to move. Once she gets to the end of the slide, however, she starts crying. But she's not actually hurt -- she's just emotional because she's totally old and still doing all this shit and it feels good. I mean great, take a moment, but not now! You're in the middle of a challenge, lady!
The contestants start to piece together their prize puzzles, with some misunderstandings. For example, the Blue Team thinks the immunity prize reads "For 1 Immunity" and that the entire team will have immunity. Oh, friends. They get all of their blocks first, but Sami is forced to tell them that their answer is incorrect. The Red Team is close behind and so their hope is revived just a little. But alas, by mere seconds the Blue Team wins immunity for one. But how will they figure out who? This prize seems like more trouble than it's worth. The stupid Blue Team members have not thought of this until Sami tells them that they get five minutes to figure out the immune person. That person's weight will count, but they can't be eliminated. Right now, the Blue Team is all totally sad that they won the challenge. As both Ramon and Joe say that they're not sure how to figure this out fairly, Sunny says in a small little voice, "Can I have it?" Ramon and Joe are like, "What did this bitch just say?" Nice try, though. In the end, they go with the tried and true decision-making tactic of rock, paper, scissors. Joe wins and has immunity, though he says it doesn't necessarily feel great. He plans to forget about it and bust his butt in the gym so his team stays safe.