Gerry admits to being as big of a slob as Indy, who traipses towards the idol with not enough sand and not enough of a plan.
Indy abuses Satipo some more before making sure he’s safe from darts, and Pete ruins everything by describing the idol.
Forrestal seems deeply disappointed about Indy, about archeology, and about cashing in on a wall of spikes.
Indy and Satipo ruin cinema’s greatest spiderwebs.
Our hosts finally understand this movie, if not Barranca’s actions against Tom Sell– er, Indiana Jones.
Our presumed hero Barranca and his trusty sidekick Satipo find a delicious dart, the origins of which will be debated for maybe a week.
The head guide finds a head and heads out.
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