For the second stunt, players would have to first shoot a potato from a bazooka at a target with numbers on it, ranging from 1 to 3. The number they hit would determine the number of live potato bugs they would have to eat. Anyone who couldn't eat their allotted bugs would be eliminated; the rest would move on. Andrew, who claimed to be an excellent marksman, took the bazooka first and shot the number 3 - the maximum. So, Andrew had to belly up to the table and eat three potato bugs. He successfully ate them all, although one bit him back. Kara also hit the number 3 on the target and had to eat three bugs. She had a strategy that worked well for her. She bit their heads off first so that the bugs couldn't bite her back, then she downed the bodies. She also successfully ate all three. Masuimi aimed well and hit the number 1 on the target so she only had to eat one bug. She borrowed Kara's strategy and ate the head of her bug first, followed by its body. Finally, it was Ryan's turn. He shot the potato and hit the number 3. He then crunched down his three bugs and all four players moved on to the finals.
In the last stunt, players would have to start a car using a group of six keys, which contained only one that would work. Then they would just have to drive the car to a finish line. The Fear Factor twist? Four massive bulldozers would move toward the car and push it over the edge of the embankment, sending it tumbling down the side. The player who moved the car the furthest in the fastest time would win. Andrew admitted that he was nervous. He got into the car, time started and he quickly began trying keys. Unfortunately, he was only able to try two keys before a bulldozer slammed into the side of his car, sending it falling, top over bottom, down the side. Andrew was eliminated. Next, Kara's claustrophobia kicked in and she had all kinds of trouble. She tried her first two keys upside down and never found the right one. The bulldozer reached her car and pushed it right down the side. Ryan went through the keys quickly and just as the bulldozer reached him, he started the car. He barely moved it - just five inches - before his car tumbled down the side. Finally, it was all up to Masuimi. If she could move her car just half a foot, she'd be the big winner. But she also couldn't find the right key and never even started her car. The bulldozer pushed her car and it dropped over the edge, flipping all the way down. Ryan threw his arms up in victory as Masuimi's car tumbled to a stop. Ryan won the $50,000!