The RR team discusses how they have to do their best to hit the RW team's balloons in order to win. Emily says that they have to stop complaining and get the job done. I knew I liked her for a reason. In an interview, Emily tells us that Christian has the best aim with the slingshot, and that she wants him to "nail them. Get them! Get them good!" Jamie and Kameelah will be climbing for the RW team. Balloons are just falling from Jamie every step of the way. Kameelah keeps getting nailed with balls from the slingshot that break her water balloons. Kameelah voice-overs that "Christian has this aim that is unbelievable," and he does appear to be quite the sharpshooter. Maybe that's a Norwegian thing. The final tally reveals that the RR team wins the heat 17-16. Various members of the RW team lament that they lost by only one point, but no one brings up Syrrhosis's disputed balloon from earlier, which means it must not have been a big deal. Ramona announces the winner, and that the RR team leads overall 50-25. The RR team doesn't really celebrate, and both teams shake hands before the RR team heads off to the yacht. In an interview, James says that there are "a lot of bitter feelings" between the teams, so they didn't want to "cheer too loud [sic]," but inside he was psyched about the yacht.
The RR team dines in style on the yacht, and even does a little toast. Christian and Laterrian simultaneously kiss Ayanna. More toasts. The Bars Del Fuego have mysteriously disappeared, I notice. In an interview, Christian says that "strange things happen to people when the winner takes it all, and the losers are put down in the mud." Cut to the RW team gathered around a fire. Syrrhosis sips a Bud (no, seriously) while saying that his "toes are frozen." I wonder if that's a side effect of the puffiness? Dan tries to look on the bright side of things, saying that they could make a fort and camp out like when they were kids. Kameelah grouses that she never camped out. Kameelah climbs into one of the makeshift tents, but I'm not sure who is already in there. Dan and Julie stay out by the campfire and talk. Dan asks about Julie's future plans, and she says that she will only be stopping by Wisconsin to pick up her things, because her parents have told her that she can't live with them because she's a bad influence on her younger siblings. Aw. I know that I complain about Julie bitching about the whole BYU fallout, but no one deserves to be told by their parents that they're a "bad influence," particularly someone who has done as little wrong as Julie. I mean, it's not like she's a crack whore. That's just sad. Julie plays it off by saying that she shouldn't be living at home at twenty-one anyway. She is also speaking with an accent for some reason. Julie voice-overs that her getting kicked out of BYU would bring disgrace upon her family. Okay, I'm over my sympathy. It's not entirely Julie's fault -- I'm sure she was asked a lot of questions about BYU and that's why she was talking about it all the time. Still. Enough.