Marshall and Lance and Chip and Kim are arriving at the hotel, and Chip and Kim are again with the clue across the street problem.
Linda and Karen prepare for the zip down to the pool. Karen thinks it's very cool, but Linda is just happy that she's still alive. Okay, I think I like them. Linda interviews that other teams will underestimate them (DRINK!), and they'll just keep going.
Kami/Karli is still erroneously playing roulette. They do eventually manage to win, at least. They get the pit stop clue. Hmm.
Chip and Kim hold their taxi while they clue-hunt, but they still are missing the clue across the street. Just like Kami/Karli, they spot the flag on the side of the hotel, and just like Kami/Karli, they head into the casino to play roulette. The clue box across the street sits miserable and neglected, like, "Whatever, fine, don't mind me, I'll just sit here, la dee da." Kim interviews that she was wondering why she was getting roulette chips, but she goes ahead with the game anyway.
Marshall and Lance, however, find the clue box across the street. One of them (Marshall?) says that he thinks he's lucky at roulette and likes it, so he immediately wanted to do that. He talks kind of like Elmer Fudd, in the same way Tom Brokaw does. ("Woo-wette.") Inside, they run into Chip and Kim, who are still playing. Marshall and Lance win first, so they get the pit stop clue and go.
Elsewhere, Alison heads down a flight of stairs and trips, sliding down about five steps on her ass, which is the most satisfying thing that's happened so far. There's absolutely no plot relevance to it at all, but the Amazing Editors are your friends. They would never leave out Alison falling on her ass.
Chip and Kim win at roulette, and head out of the casino. So now, they, Marshall and Lance, and Kami/Karli are all taking cabs at the same time toward the pit stop. Of those three, remember that only Marshall and Lance have done what they're supposed to do up to this point. In the cab, Kim expresses her surprise that there was no detour. Mm-hmm. Surprising, isn't it? In the Kami/KarliKab, they're talking also about the fact that they didn't really exactly ever get a clue that was across the street from the blue and white hotel. They're hoping everything is all right, but you can tell that they're nervous, and they're just figuring out that they didn't both really read the entire clue. Yeah. You really need to read the clue, ladies.