Ahmad voice-overs that each team has different instructions at the final stand. Tracey tries to translate her sign, which reads, "Contemple la grandeza del oceano. Escoga cinco de los unicos marinos con ocho." Tracey checks out the cart's offerings and realizes that they are supposed to take octopi. A caption translates, "Behold the bounty of the sea. Choose five of the unique marine life with eight." Who wrote these clues? A four-year-old? "The unique marine life with eight"? Tracey tells Dennis to put five octopi in with the avocados, and assures Dennis that she knows this is right. Dennis picks up the slimy, gross octopi and tosses them in his basket. Tracey interviews that the octopi were dripping on her, and that she's going to have a hard time eating calamari again. Isn't that squid?
Angie and Mark arrive at the final cart. Angie's donkey seems a little too interested in eating some flowers, so Mark takes the reins and leads the donkey over to the cart. Their clue reads, "De tantos pesces en el mar. Escoga cinco vendido rubia." Angie says that "rubia" means "blonde," but then says something about red. I don't know. Mark decides to take five fish, and a caption informs us that the clue said, "Of all the fish in the sea, choose five rubia (blond fish)."
Dennis and Tracey cross the finish line with just under four minutes remaining. As Tracey gets off her donkey, her dog goes crashing to the ground. Oh, poor puppy. Between this and Braxton pushing Tinkerbell down the slide on The Simple Life, Chihuahuas are not faring well on television lately.
Mark and Angie cross the finish line with less than a minute left. Mark voice-overs that people shouldn't ride donkeys, because donkeys are just horses minus coffee. Angie gets off her donkey, groaning. The donkey groans too. Hee! Donkeys are funny.
Ahmad is ready to tally up the haul. First, they were supposed to take two Chihuahuas that added up to thirteen. Dennis and Tracey have two Chihuahuas (twelve and two) that add up to fourteen, so they get no money. Dennis chuckles that they couldn't figure that one out. Mark and Angie took one Chihuahua with the number seven, so they don't earn any money either. Mark interviews that he didn't have the dictionary, so he didn't know what the sign said.
Ahmad moves to the next sign, which told them to take ten pounds of beans. Angie and Mark dump the contents of their bag onto a scale, and they only have eight and a half pounds of beans, so they don't earn any money. Angie says that she didn't look up "libras." Okay, but if you know astrology at all (and I would bet that Angie does), you know that Libra is the scale. Wouldn't that help? Mark interviews that Angie's translation screwed them. Wasn't he the one who claimed that "libras" meant "market"? Dennis dumps his beans onto the scale, and he has ten pounds exactly, so $10,000 goes into the pot.