Back from break, we see Anderson tenderly attending to Kathryn as she wakes up. Kathryn blearily looks around in slow motion and all the voices are blurred together and slowed down. I think one of them said, "All your base are belong to us." Steven stands nearby, looking conflicted and guilty. Kathryn "wakes up," and I'm not buying this fainting spell at all. I think she was just trying to make it easier for Steven to let her off the hook, so that when she didn't do the task, she could blame it on Steven. Anderson tells her not to rush and offers her a drink. Steven sits next to her and asks if she wants to stop, but she says that she can do it. Her blindfold has been removed, so Steven puts it back on. Kathryn asks if she gets to tell the knife-thrower when to go, and insists that she think about it a little more. Kathryn keeps blubbering about how her fourth grade teacher used to throw darts at her, but she was stupid then, but that's why Steve picked her for this task. Suddenly, the knife-thrower walks up and sticks the knife in the board by her head -- he didn't throw it. He just walked up and placed it there. Kathryn screams and says that she thought she got to tell him when to go, but her task is successfully completed. I totally thought they were going to do like on Laverne and Shirley when Laverne took Shirley's place on the board, but she didn't know that it was all a trick and really the knives just pop out of the back when Shirley pretended to throw them.
Now it's Jim's turn. Steven leads Jim down a path, telling him about various rocks to avoid and such. At one point, he tells Jim to "high-step" and we see Jim doing so, and he looks really goofy. They go down some steps and Steven comments that it looks like they are dancing, and that "people are gonna kill me for this one." You know, because Jim's gay and all. Steven tells Jim that he'll be fire walking. Jim removes his shoes and socks, and then reiterates all of the conditions of the test about exemptions and money. Steven tells Jim to keep his feet off the coals, and that he'll be right next to him, guiding him. While dramatic music plays, Jim runs over unburned coals right next to the burning coals as Steven yells, "Go! Go! Go!" Afterwards, Jim removes his blindfold and sees that the coals that he walked on weren't hot at all. Jim realizes that he trusted Steven not to hurt him, and Steven didn't, and they hug. Aw.