Elsewhere, the Linzes run up the stairs and get the clue at the pavilion. Now, for Door J. They mutter that they'll have to tell their "doofus" taxi driver where they're going. Elsewhere, the Tonyas and Wally approach the pavilion. "Before it's over, we'll be back in it," Wally notes.
Rolly climbs the ladder and heads for the trapeze. He completes the maneuver and is dropped down onto the net. That was surprisingly not exciting, for a task involving circus folk. The clue Rolly retrieves instructs his team to head for Stade Olympique, where they'll find another clue. Phil says that this is "almost two miles." And I'll tell you, all the people sitting next to me at TARcon 8 were like, "Two miles! Not two miles! Such a harrowing journey! What if they get lost?" Heh. Bitter cynics, every one of us. At any rate, they'll hop into golf carts when they get there and drive into the stadium, where there will be another clue. In the cab, Mama notes, "Rolly is so weird. He can do anything!" What's great is that if you'd been there (or, more likely, if I'd been there, since you're probably too polite and afraid of a plague of frogs) to say, "I wonder where he gets it" to that remark, it would be 50 percent sarcastically rude and 50 percent straightforwardly rude, and Mama Weaver would be so confused that her head would fly clean off.
The Linzes find their way to the address, and they find the door marked "J." Although Megan mutters hopefully that she wouldn't mind doing the Roadblock, she's not aggressive enough for the surroundings, and she gets steamrolled by Alex, who winds up doing it instead. Inside, Alex gets his trapeze training and heads up the ladder as his siblings fret over the fact that he's not exactly the lightest person on their team. On Alex's first try, he is not successfully caught, causing Tommy to jump up and down in frustration. The team cheers for him anyway, though.
The Bransens grab their clue from the pavilion. Time to go look for Door J. Their driver knows where the address on Dickson is, so they leave.
Meanwhile, the Weavers arrive at the Olympic park. They hop on their golf cart and drive around looking for the door they can drive through to get down to the field. It really is a little diabolical, since anyone who has ever tried to navigate around a stadium knows that it is not easy, and the signage is undoubtedly not set up to help your average stadium-goer to get down onto the field.