By Kevin Hwang, James Douberley, Nathan Fung, Hubert Hwang, and Henry Wong

After solving the Disgust memory puzzles, solvers are presented with the following answers (in alphabetical order):

• `BONE GRAFT`
• `EXCEPT`
• `FILM COUNCILS`
• `HOW GREAT`
• `KERNEL`
• `NIGHTLY`
• `REAL FOOD`
• `ROUGH DATE`
• `STEP DADDY`
• `STYLE`

Each of these answers (or one word of the answer, for multi-word answers) has a homophone. This is suggested by the use of “discussed” (with homophone “disgust”), and “pare” (with homophones “pear” and “pair”) in the flavortext.

The homophones for each answer are:

`GRAFT` `GRAPHED`
`EXCEPT` `ACCEPT`
`COUNCILS` `COUNSELS`
`GREAT` `GRATE`
`KERNEL` `COLONEL`
`NIGHTLY` `KNIGHTLY`
`REAL` `REEL`
`ROUGH` `RUFF`
`STEP` `STEPPE`
`STYLE` `STILE`

Within the set of homophone words, there are 2 words of each length between 4 and 8 letters long. Pairing up the words yields a single letter which occurs in the same position:

`REAL FOOD` `REEL` `R` `RUFF` `ROUGH DATE`
`HOW GREAT` `GRATE` `E` `STILE` `STYLE`
`EXCEPT` `ACCEPT` `P` `STEPPE` `STEP DADDY`
`SKIN GRAFT` `GRAPHED` `E` `COLONEL` `KERNEL`
`FILM COUNCILS` `COUNSELS` `L` `KNIGHTLY` `NIGHTLY`
Reading the overlapping letters in order gives the word `REPEL`, which probably accurately describes how Disgust would react to the next task. However, to get the actual answer, take the homophone of that word one last time to get a more productive instruction, `RAPPEL`.