Oh, you're back. Okay, I guess I'll continue. Emily and Holly discuss how upset and nervous that Tara is, due to her lack of confidence in her own upper-body strength. They decide that they need to get Tara to stop being so negative and have some confidence in her own abilities. Emily admits that she's tired, and worried about Tim. In an interview, Emily says that Tim has "salmonella or something." Just say it. He's got the trots. Emily hopes that Tim will feel better in time for the competition so that they can give their best effort.
Becky and Norm discuss Becky's health. In an interview, Becky says that she hopes that she feels well enough to give her best effort. Norm tells her that she needs to do what she feels is right, and that he won't push her. In an interview, Norm says that he won't push Becky to compete. Norm tells Becky that everyone was worried about her. Becky was worried that Norm would be angry that she was sick. Norm assures her that it's not the case. In an interview, Norm says that he doesn't want Becky to get hurt, but that if she wakes up and feels ready to go, he'll be there, too.
Josh and Holly discuss Tara's lack of confidence. Holly says that Tara can take all the time she needs to get up the ladder. Josh says that it won't be like "one of those amusement-park ladders," moving all over the place. Oh, my friend's little sister used to know some sort of trick to those ladders and she could climb right up them every time. The guy working the booth hated her. But she wouldn't tell us her trick. Bee-yotch. In an interview, Josh says that "this is war and [they're] going in with [their] faces painted." Holly thinks that it would be cool if they won the competition and got a prize. Josh claims that he will be scaling the ladder "like a monkey after a coconut." See, now, why didn't Josh get more screen time? He's funny! Holly thinks the competition will be fun, and Josh agrees that he's looking forward to it. Holly concludes, "Ladder of Doom, my ass."