Ahmad returns and asks the women if they know what they'll be doing as short order cooks. Kathy guesses that they'll be making grilled cheese sandwiches. Ahmad says that, instead, they'll be walking across a hot bed of lava. Kathy gives him a look like, "Did he just say 'lava'?" We see some footage of flaming molten lava.
Cut to Ahmad telling the lifeguards that they'll have to jump off a forty-foot cliff. Erik is psyched.
Cut to Ahmad telling the flight attendants that they'll be on a biplane while it does aerial stunts. Both Stephen and Corbin are psyched.
Ahmad explains how the money will work. Each contestant has to predict whether the other five will complete their task or not. Each correct prediction puts $1,000 in the pot.
First up is Stephen, who gets into the back of the biplane. His job is to clean off the blackened instrument panel while the pilot executes barrel rolls and such. This seems kind of easy. I thought he'd have to crawl out on the wing or something, like Kalle did on Road Rules. That was awesome. The pilot takes off. In an interview, Stephen says the game is flipping him out, and that he was praying not to blow chunks. Stephen gets the go-ahead to begin cleaning. He wipes off the gauges and such. In an interview, Stephen says he felt delirious and was hanging on for dear life, but loving it. He really doesn't look like he's hanging on for dear life. Stephen successfully completes the task. In an interview, Stephen says, "I have had an absolutely fabulous experience here playing this game, but I think you guys next time should go a little bit more easy." When I saw that, I thought that it must have been recorded after he was executed, based on the verb tense. The editors should be more careful about things like that.
The cliff divers are up next. What about Corbin? Erik stands at the top of the cliff and contemplates his jump. In an interview, Erik says his intention was to jump as quickly as possible until he saw the water he'd be jumping into, which is quite rocky. An instructor shows Erik where to jump to avoid the rocks, and advises him on his timing so that waves don't hit him. In an interview, Erik says that he could go over the pros and cons of not jumping and what the other players would think, but his gut instinct is to jump. Erik sits on the rocks and breathes deeply as a clock counts down. I guess he has five minutes to do it. The instructor says that it's time. Erik leaps into the water. In an interview, Erik says it was thrilling, and that he'd do it ten more times. So Erik and Stephen have now successfully completed their jobs.