At the beginning of the episode, as soon as Chris and Brett said, "If we run a mistake-free leg, we'll win," I knew they were going to run into trouble. And they were doing so well until they got to the snorkeling challenge. I'm really surprised the tasks were that different in terms of difficulty. My initial thought was that the poem/boat challenge would take longer, because every time you got the poem wrong, you'd have to go through the process of getting back on the tube, going back out of the marina, getting up to speed, then slowing down and getting back into the marina, etc. But man, the fact that people could try the poem seven times and still finish ahead of anyone trying the snorkeling shows the producers did a really bad job setting up that challenge. I've heard Brett has a really funny podcast but I've never listened to it. I may have to check out the episode he does talking about this leg, because I just can't understand the thought process of changing tasks that many times, especially when you're already halfway through. Other than that, good job to Nicole and Victor for not making too big of a scene when Team Fun cut in line and ultimately finding a better flight option. Why did nobody understand how to row the boat to get to the mat? Victor was facing backwards, which is correct, but he had the stern of the boat facing the direction he was trying to go. No wonder they lost that race to Tyler and Corey.