The first team was Fredo and Erica, the lone brother-sister pair. The two promised to bring on the "Latin Swing." On the first flag, Erica moved timidly with no visible swing in her step. Fredo took the flag and moved quickly to attach it. Erica was working hard (you could hear the girl grunting) and fell to her knees on the fourth flag. But she got up before falling through a nearby hole. She got to her feet and even managed to get a fifth flag to Fredo. But the rotation proved too much for her and she finally fell through a hole. So, Fredo and Erica ended up with five flags in 1:33.7. Next up were Shane and Jared, a set of twins. The two had worn their lucky swimsuits, which turned out to be Speedos (and unlucky for the rest of us - yikes!). The guys were confident, but immediately had trouble. In fact, the twins got stuck trying to hand off the third flag. They were like big hamsters stuck on that rotating wheel, unable to get off and unable to pass the flag. Finally, one twin fell through a hole and splashed down into the water below. The twins finished with a disappointing two flags in 2:03. Next, Kali and Jenna, two sisters from Las Vegas, got into the cylinders - but they did even worse, transferring only one flag in 1:23 before one of them fell into the water. Finally, it was Colleen and Katie's turn. All they had to do was get one flag in less than 1:23 to move on. They started off a at a decent pace, certainly fast enough to get the one flag in time, but when Katie attempted to affix the flag and seal their victory, she slipped and fell through a hole, splashing into the water. Kali and Jenna jumped up and down and cheered. But Joe ended their celebration when he confirmed that Katie had successfully attached the one flag before she fell. Colleen and Katie had gotten their one flag in 21.7 seconds, beating Kali and Jenna's time and sending them home.
The next day, the remaining three teams breathed a collective sigh of relief when Joe told them that the coming stunt would not result in any elimination. Instead, teams would compete for a six-day trip for four to the Bahamas. Next, Joe pulled back a cloth to reveal a giant vat of writhing worms, crickets, scorpions and millipedes. One sibling would have to scoop up the crawling critters with his or her mouth, dump them into a meat grinder and grind them into mush. The other sibling would be below the grinder, catching the mush in his or her mouth and spitting the mixture into a bowl. The team that transferred the most ground insects in three minutes would be off to the islands of paradise. Fredo and Erica went first. Fredo grabbed the creatures with his mouth and ground them up while Erica caught their blended bodies in her mouth and transferred them to the bowl. The brother and sister team worked quickly and efficiently. Fredo didn't even let a scorpion bite slow him down! The pair finished with an impressive 1 pound, 13.85 ounces of mush. Shane and Jared were next. Fortunately for everyone else, they weren't wearing Speedos this time around. Unfortunately for them, they weren't getting much into the bowl. After their three minutes, they'd managed to get only 9.45 ounces - not even one third of what Fredo and Erica had gotten. Finally, it was Colleen and Katie's turn. The two sisters were pumped up and filled their bowl of bowels quickly. It was going to be close and it came down to the bitter end - literally. But after Joe double-checked the measurements, he announced that Colleen and Katie had gotten 1 pound, 13.35 ounces - just half an ounce shy of winning. Fredo was thrilled and Erica cheered right through the dried critter-crust on her face. Fredo and Erica were going to the Bahamas!
The three sets of siblings showed up at a racetrack for the final stunt as a massive tanker truck barreled around the course. For the stunt, one sibling would be inside the moving tanker with thousands of gallons of sloshing water, searching for pieces of a flagpole. Once that player found a piece, he or she would hand it to the other sibling on top of the tanker. The second sibling would maneuver to the other end of the tanker and fasten the pieces of the poll onto the truck. The team that constructed the entire flagpole in the fastest time would walk away with the fifty grand. Shane and Jared were first and had much to make up for. They worked methodically and managed to assemble nearly the entire flagpole. All that was left was the final piece with the flag itself. But just then, the twin on top of the tanker (Jared) lost his balance and slammed into the flagpole. It held at first, but when Jared turned around to go get the last piece from his brother, the pole came loose and tumbled down to the track below. With no way to complete the stunt, the twins were eliminated. Next, as night fell on the track, Fredo and Erica got a good rhythm going with Fredo inside and Erica on top. They assembled the flag in a solid 5:27 - and Erica even stood victoriously on top of the tanker after she planted the flag! Finally, it was up to Colleen and Katie. All they'd have to do was beat 5:27, but could they? The sisters had a good system and communicated well. When Katie would poke her head up to hand Colleen a piece, she would let Colleen know when they were approaching a straightaway so that Colleen could turn around without losing her balance. At 2:30, they seemed to be slightly ahead of Fredo and Erica. It was coming down to the wire and Fredo couldn't bear to watch. He buried his head in his lap as Colleen moved down the length of the tanker with the last piece. But Colleen wasn't fast enough and just before she could start to screw in the final piece, time was up. Fredo and Erica had won! Fredo lifted his head to reveal that he was crying. Joe, Fredo and Erica shared a group hug. The brother and sister team had brought the "swing" and was now $50,000 richer!