In the morning, Jake and Lauren gear up for their first competition. Justin tells the cameras that he believes Jake will help out the team, although he is more artistic than athletic. Lauren nervously tells the cameras that she is worried she will lose the competition for her team. That morning, the teen meet with coaches Dave and Ursuala on a Hawaiian beach, filled with tourists. The teams learn the tenth competition, "Moolah Madness", will pit the teams against each other in a race to see who can acquire the most cash selling bizarre items to tourists. The items include bags of sand, rotting Hawaiian fruit, and fish cologne. The teams take a moment to choose which items to sell. While the boys choose to sell the fish cologne, the girls choose to sell the bags of sand, thinking that many people collect sand. While the boys create a set price of $5 for their product, the girls create no set price, and try to collect money from female tourists looking to help the girls beat the boys. When time is up, the teens meet back at the scoreboard to learn who won. While the boys sold $43 of fish cologne, the girls sold $70.90 worth of sand bags. With another win under their belts, the girls add 200 points to their score, AND get to split the money collected by both teams. That evening, the girls decide to spend their money by treating the boys to a fancy dinner. At a Hawaiian restaurant complete with hula dancers, the teams grow closer with each other and take time to thank their new teammates, Jake and Lauren, for trying their best in the challenge. Back at their beach house, while attempting to teach Justin guitar, Jake talks to Justin about Lauren. Justin admits he likes Lauren, but doesn't want to act on his feelings unless he knows Lauren likes him back. The next morning, Dave and Ursula wake the teens, telling them to all pack four pairs of clothes for the next mission. When the teens arrive at the beach, they find their clothes have been marooned on a floating dock. In the competition, entitled "Get on Board", a member of each team must paddle out to the dock, and grab as many clothes as possible before heading back to the beach. The team that has grabbed the most clothes by the end of the mission will add 200 points to their score. Knowing that they must win this mission to catch up the girls, the boys take time to strategize before the challenge begins. When the challenge starts, Teri and Jessica are the first teens to paddle out to the dock. The boys take an early lead, as the girls struggle to put on the clothes. The challenge ends as Justin, the fourth boy to paddle out, returns to the beach. In the end, the 48 clothes collected by the girls are no match to the 86 collected by the boys, giving them 200 points. After the challenge, Lauren tells the cameras she feels bad being the only girl that wasn't able to swim out to the dock due to time. Christina says it is not Lauren's fault...the whole team should have judged their time better. As a penalty, the girls learn they must act as the boys' butlers for the entire evening, to the boys delight. Meanwhile, Jessica tells the cameras Kris has been very annoying, as he keeps trying to create a romance between Jessica and himself. At the same time, Kris tells the cameras Jessica is sending him mixed signals, frustrating him. While one relationship seems to be struggling, another seems to be blossoming. Lauren tells the cameras that out of all the boys, she really likes Justin's sensitive side. Although Lauren says she is not going to aggressively pursue a romantic relationship, "whatever happens, happens."moreless
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