The vehicles arrive at the fairgrounds, and the teams see that they will be playing roller derby. Neil looks confused. Jason hopes that they will do roller derby naked. Shut up, Jason. I had better make a macro for that phrase right now. They meet Jan, the Real World team's coach, who tells them that they will be skating against each other that night. In an interview, Neil says that this is scary, and he's "frankly, quite frightened." Janet says, "Oh my gaaaaaaaahd" about a million times. The Road Rules team's coach is named Icebox. He is one of the fattest men I have ever seen.
Jan explains the game to both teams. Neil can barely stand up on his skates, so I don't know how much help he is going to be. Jan says that the object of the game is to pass, and that for every opponent that you pass, your team gets one point. The team members start skating around while Jan and Icebox critique their performances. Neil causes a big pile-up when he falls, and sarcastically tells the camera that it's going quite well. Jan tells them that the people in front of the pack are called "jammers." Jason wants Beth to be the jammer for their team. Roni explains that the jammers go out first, and try to lap their opponents in order to score points. Mark says that he's going to be a blocker. Some woman uses differently marked helmets to try to explain the rules. Jason gives us his interpretation, which doesn't make any sense. Mark tells us that there is a "fluffer" whose job it is to "keep things hard during sex scenes." Hee! Neil confesses that he doesn't understand the rules. We don't either, Neil.
They all line up for a practice run. Neil starts falling, and because the track is banked, runs into Kalle and takes her down with him. A scary, bleached-blonde permed woman makes a joke, but I can't laugh because her hair is such a tragedy. The skaters take off, and I have no idea what is going on. Janet fell down. That's all I got. Mark predicts a Road Rules victory, because "Noah's awesome at skating and Kefla's a maniac." We see Kefla skating too fast, and Jan yells at him to slow down, before rushing out onto the track and taking him down. Mark concludes by saying that he will be an animal, and barking. Well, I thought it was funny. I'd rather listen to him being an idiot on purpose than Jason being an idiot accidentally. In an interview, Neil says that Mark and Kefla are both big boys, and that they're on the same team. Neil says that his team has him, a failing actress (Beth), a poet (Jason), and a few other people who haven't got a clue (Nathan and Janet). It's nice to know that Neil has so quickly gotten a handle on his team. Must be the PhD.