The guys encourage strangers to fill out their questionnaires with a broken hand in a waiting room, and then head to the market where they solicit strangers for money they don't deserve
Handing it OffEdit
- Goal: Make it through the questionnaire.
- Loser: Sal refused to say "If it ain't broken, don't fix it" to a question about equal pay.
While having their dominant hands bandaged and unusable, the guys hand their fake questionnaires to a stranger and ask them to answer their questions. The questions and answers the strangers must write for them are written and said by the other guys. The goal was to say every answer they were told to say or they lose.
- Goal: Convince someone to give you the $5 bill.
- Loser: Q was unable to get the $5.
A $5 bill is dropped on the ground of a grocery store aisle. The jokers must wait for someone to pick it up, then tell them that they deserve the dollar even though it isn't theirs. The reason is a random reason given by the other guys and if they are unable to convince the stranger to give it to them, they lose, and this is a Double Down challenge.
- Loser: Q
- Punishment: Q had to pose as a womens' rights blogger at a feminist event and "politely but firmly disagree" with the audience and fellow advocates. It did not go well and he was criticized for saying that Michelle Obama was "really pretty" but not smart or responsible. He also had to read an anti-feminist quote from his fake blog "Brother Of The Sisterhood".