Team Reject arrives at the first stall, which has already been picked clean by the other teams. This is why pre-planning would help. The villager tries to tell them that another team has already been by, and Bobby goes, "Me llamo Roberto," which cracked me up, because I once was trying to impress my nephew with my Spanish skills (note: never took Spanish class) and all I knew how to say was, "I live in a bread store with Paco." Luckily, he's five, and was impressed. I also told my younger nephew that his name in Spanish was Poco Loco and I think he bought it, so hopefully he's been telling other people. Meanwhile, Team Reject is sorting through buckets of clay pigs with no luck. Kristen keeps searching while Craig wanders off down the street and Bobby goes and hangs out in the wheelbarrow. I wish I were joking.
Team Type A has a full wheelbarrow. They run into Team Reject, and Bobby proposes taking the full wheelbarrow and heading back so that Team Type A can keep searching. It's not a bad idea except that A) Team Type A would be concerned about Mole sabotage and B) how will Team Reject get back when the wheelbarrow is too full for Bobby to sit in? Bobby interviews that Alex shot the idea down, and he hates Alex. I kind of hate Bobby. Usually, I root for the underdog, but Bobby's a little bitch. Bobby uses his energy to blab some more about how he hates Alex instead of actually, you know, standing up and walking. Team Leftover also decides to head back to the arena. Bobby continues sitting in the wheelbarrow, annoying Kristen. Team Leftover gets lost. How? The village is like three streets. Team Type A wonders where the exemption will come in. Alex thinks that one of the pigs contains an exemption, and it might be marked.