Back on the bus, Susie wants to have a pep talk. James shakes his head and says that his dad told him, "Talking too much is just as bad as talking too little." Susie says that she needs to talk about it, but James doesn't want to relive it. Susie says that they need to learn from their mistakes. James agrees, and says that he's learned, so their talk should now be over. Susie laughs. In an interview, Michelle says that their team is having problems. Christian starts to say that he thinks they should talk about it too. James interrupts to say, "You know what? Nobody threw up a sign that says, 'I care what Christian thinks.'" Burn! That was low. Poor Christian didn't even understand what he said. In an interview, Christian says that his teammates don't want to hear it, but he thinks that they still haven't come together as a team. Laterrian says that he thinks they worked well together in the Tough Man competition, and their communication was almost perfect. Christian interrupts to say that he thinks they can do better. Laterrian sits up and gets all up in Christian's grill to say again that he thought their communication was fine. To add insult to injury, sad Christian is wearing those white pants again. And then we go to commercial, and there's still like ten minutes left in the episode. What are they going to do? Please don't show more of James sulking. Please.
Back from commercial, we get...another clue? What the hell? Anyway, it's Jason from RW Boston. Does it really matter what he says? ["Jason? It never does." -- Wing Chun] Something about being a pigeon and that Syrus and Kameelah need to keep the RR team in their sights. Christian is confused by the pigeons reference, and Dan explains that clay pigeons are used for skeet shooting. Maybe it's a reference to the movie Clay Pigeons. Maybe their next mission will be to hunt down a serial killer played by Vince Vaughn. Maybe Janeane Garofalo will have a cameo. God, wouldn't that be great?
The buses drive to a camping park. Their new Mission Mayor is Richard, some guy wearing a tuxedo. On a farm. I don't know either. Christian is impressed by the tux, though. As they walk up on a field with hay bales and targets. James figures out that they're going to be shooting at each other, and Jamie figures out that is why they were given body suits. Richard explains that the first event is called "Human Shield," where two people have to shield a third person. Exposition Kameelah comes on and tells us that the three people have to run across the field to a target while trying to evade sharpshooters from the other team, armed with paintball guns. Julie explains that the event is timed, and the team with the shortest time from the start to the target wins. Every time the shielded person gets hit by a paint ball, it adds ten seconds to the total time.