Commercials. Robin Williams is such a distraction to me now that I don't think I can watch an animated movie where he does voices without hearing nothing but Robin Williams All The Time. I just want him to get whatever he's so needy for, so he can stop needing it all the time.
Debbie declares to Bianca that she is not going to do the llama thing. Just not! Not! They decide to switch Detours, and it's just fascinating to me that Debbie, who was the one advocating for just picking the llamas in the first place when Bianca wanted to keep arguing about it, is now pissed off and snotting, "We would have been done," about her belief that they should have done the other Detour. It's incredibly weird how that went down. Bianca went from griping about the length of the walk and thus being kind of pro-llama to actively resisting Debbie's suggestion to go and do the llama thing to sticking with the llama thing after Debbie started complaining about it. Debbie went from pushing the llamas to bitching about the llamas to complaining that they ever tried the llamas. It's like they're both in Memento. ["They're both up my ass, is where they are. This is my least favorite team at the moment. Shut up, Bianca and Debbie." -- Sars]
Susan and Patrick are out in front of their llamas, and dragging them on fairly short spans of rope, which is resulting in their being spit on quite a lot. "Rob and Amber are going to get first," Patrick complains.
And here are Rob and Amber now, ambling into town and looking for the store where they're supposed to drop off their baskets. People shout "arriba, arriba," and Rob asks if it means "fast." Amber claims it does. Doesn't it mean "above"? Not that you'd know it from -- you guessed it -- Speedy Gonzalez cartoons. ["It means 'up' or 'up there.'" -- Sars]
Debbie and Bianca take the baskets, and it's a good thing, because seriously? Enough whining.
Brian and Greg get their clue from Felipe and head for the gorge. Other teams follow. Old people, gay people, people dating off and on...you know the drill.
Rob and Amber drop off their baskets and get their clue, which tells them to get to the Huambatio police station and hop in a marked delivery truck for a ride down to the town of Pisac. Yeah, he should have pronounced the first syllable more like "War and" and less like "Take a," but hey, nobody's perfect. Phil explains that the delivery truck ride will be about twenty miles, and trucks will depart every twenty minutes. In Pisac, they'll search the hectic streets of a chaotic marketplace (yay!) for a clue box.