Steven and Charlie walk in and laugh at the "art." Anderson tells them that if they can pick out Kathryn and Jim's piece, they win $20,000. Charlie says that they're on a roll and feel very confident. Steven doesn't seem too confident. Charlie looks at the right piece (with the boxing gloves) and claims that it can't be Kathryn's because "anything with pugilistic overtones would not be her." Charlie calls the citrus-slice heart "fruity," a reference to Jim's sexuality, I guess. Steven cracks up. Upstairs, Jim jokingly gestures that he's going down there to kick some ass. Jim voice-overs that it doesn't really bother him, but at the time he wanted to run down there and Kathryn held him back so that they wouldn't lose. Charlie examines a ladder with a coat, hat, and boots on it. He jiggles a necklace, saying that it might be "Kathryn's input," and it breaks. Oops! They decide to flip for it -- heads is the noose question mark, tails is the cross made of bread. They end up picking the noose. Jim and Kathryn come downstairs. Jim jokes that he heard what Charlie said, and Charlie apologizes. Jim jokes further that they created the bread cross, and Charlie's face falls, since that was their back-up choice. Jim points out the correct piece. Kathryn yells out that she collects "antique sporting equipment." In an interview, Steven says that they were looking for a hint, and both missed Charlie's name on the boxing glove. Well, I don't think that Jim and Kathryn were trying to give hints, since they didn't know while creating the piece that Charlie and Steven would have to pick it out.
Anderson tells us that the art test is over, but the sheep test is not. He gives Charlie and Steve a chance to guess the number. Steve says their guess is four hundred seventeen. Anderson asks how they came up with that number. They says that they did "segmented guessing." Anderson tells them that it's incorrect. Charlie yells out "Six seventy-one," and if he had a better guess, why didn't he say so? It doesn't matter, because it's wrong too. Anderson tells them that the correct number is seven hundred fifty-one, which is the number he told them they would need to be able to count up to at the beginning of the test. D'oh! We see a flashback of that moment from earlier in the show. In an interview, Jim is incredulous that they didn't get the right answer, and he's "not really sure Charlie even remembered the number."