So let's catch up with the group from the second flight. The Frat Boys' cabbie is missing turns and coming around again, so Toni and Dallas are able to get to the clue box before them, closely followed by Aja/Ty, and Marisa/Brooke. The Frat Boys finally get out of their cab to jog the rest of the way the churchyard clue box, and, having seen the three teams leaving right ahead of them, quickly determine from reading the clue that "Only three teams may be on the cargo net at a time." So they figure they're stuck with Hard Way Up, whether they like it or not.
Kelly and Christy head down the cargo net in fifth place, as Terence and Sarah arrive at the mat in third. Stephanie/Anthony and Arthur/Anita arrive at the clue box last but separately, and both teams decide to go with the cargo net.
Kelly and Christy are about halfway down when Toni and Dallas start down the net. Toni interviews that he's always been an athlete, but this is her first chance to be on his team, so she's going to give it her all. These two are going to have to say something mean about each other some time soon or I'm done believing them.
Meanwhile, the Frat Boys have arrived at the staircase, and I'm glad that drum band up top isn't seeing their energetic performance go entirely to waste. Dan and Andrew begin to climb on their hands and knees. Which, of all the teams who are prepared to crawl up a flight of stairs, I think that they're probably the best suited.
Mark and Bill, the Geeks, arrive at the mat in fourth place and hug. Frat Boys? Still crawling. Toni and Dallas are still slowly progressing downward, while Team Divorce has nearly made it to the bottom before dubbing themselves spider women. I hope they were just waiting to earn it and not that it didn't occur to them until now. Up on the balcony, Aja looks a little nervous at the sheer drop below her. And one of the Southern Belles complains as she waits in her harness, "I can't even enjoy the view cause I'm about to pee my pants!" How very classy. Toni and Dallas arrive on the ground as the Frat Boys arrive at the top of their staircase, greeted by a final, mighty crash of the drums and a question from lead drummer: "How many steps have you climbed?" They have no idea, of course, but they still have to write a number down on a little slate tile with a bit of chalk. Dan counts as best he can from their vantage point at the top of the stairs and tells Andrew to write down 40. Which is wrong. They have to try again. And they don't even get to take the stairs back down.