The pyrotechnician in charge announces that the Real World team gets to do the blowing up, since they drove the Winnie. Jason and Neil lament the end of their first collaborative work. The pyro guy gives them instructions. Each team members gets a box with buttons. Beth screeches like...well, like a really annoying person. The pyro guy does a countdown and...we go to commercial.
Back from commercial, we hear the countdown again. The Winnie blows up in a gigantic fireball. The Real World team yell about how cool it was. It was pretty cool. Janet says that she thought she would be sad, but that she got a big thrill out of it. Some crew guy hands the antlers to Neil, and I think the teddy bear is tied to the antlers. Remember how they were supposed to have a contest where they stole the bear from each other? Yeah, that got dropped pretty quickly, because they don't mention it at all in this episode. No resolution on that one. I'm kind of glad, because the dancing bear graphic scared me. It reminded me of when I worked in the mall, and there was a hippie store with tons of dancing bears and shit, and the people who worked there were all really scary, and I would meet them down in the parking garage when I was taking cigarette breaks.
The pyro guy gives them a final clue, which instructs them to go to City Walk at Universal Studios. On the way, they "decide" to play the Question Game. I'm so sure that the producers didn't force them to do this. Jason explains that each person is asked one question, and you have to answer it. Is that a game, really? That's more like a conversation. Montana asks Kalle her favorite memory of the trip. Kalle's favorite memory is when they rented boats on the lake. In an interview, Nathan says that Kalle always brought a positive energy to the game. In an interview, Kalle says that it was amazing to meet Nathan, who had lived so many of the same experiences that she had, and that she will miss him.
Kalle asks Janet that if she could take one characteristic from each guy on the trip, what would it be? Janet says that she would take Neil's "intelligence and his gentle manner," Nathan's Southern hospitality, and Jason's "passion for his writing and his poetry." What about Mark and Kefla? Don't they count? In an interview, Jason says that he feels everything romantic for Janet, but that she lives in Chicago, and long-distance relationships don't usually work out.