Jet and Cord check in as team number four. "It's a scary day," Cord says. Indeed. But I'm going on record right now that none of the three teams that failed to beat them to the mat after they drove to the wrong city twice in one leg has a chance in hell of winning the million dollars. Feel free to come back in three weeks.
Dan's pouring continues. "It looks cool," Jordan says. It does indeed. Once the bottle is empty and most of the glasses are full, they get their clue, in fifth place. "I have a feeling Dano and I are gonna get some calls from bar- and bat-mitzvahs around the world, asking us to build a champagne tower for them and we want people to know that we're available for that." "But we're every expensive," Dan points out, which I think is his way of telling Jordan right now, "Please stop talking." Something tells me he's developed a whole repertoire over the years. They take the time to toast before heading off. As they leave the warehouse, finally in a hurry, Brent whispers, "If we would have found that stupid grape..." Too bad for Brent and Caite this isn't The Amazing Second-Guess And Finger-Point. As they continue building, we hear Brent say, "From now on, I'm just gonna listen to every single word Caite says. I think we probably would have found a set of grapes by now, but I would have had my ear chewed off also for the last hour and twenty minutes." What a shame that she doesn't share Brent's maturity and verbal restraint.
Jordan and Jeff are at least in the right town now. Although they seem to be just sitting there parked, waiting for the next clue to be dropped into their laps.
Brent and Caite are trying to get their last glass in place, and Brent warns that it won't hold. It does slip into one of those wide, foursquare gaps, but they catch it before any damage is done. I told you!" Brent bitches at her. And then he has the nerve to interview, "You have to have patience to date Caite, because she'll wear you thin sometimes," while she grins up at him adoringly instead of mirroring his sentiment. Now that they're done building, it's time to start pouring. Caite warns him not to pour too fast. He's keeping it to a careful trickle when the top glass topples, triggering a spreading cascade of falling glass that takes out an entire side of their pyramid. Which also looks cool, but not in a way they wanted to see.