Esquire. Welcome, you are number four. This is nice for them, because they started the day in sixth. Good day for the lawyers. "What a comeback, dude!" Rob comments. "We were so far behind all day long, I thought we were dead." Brennan finishes the day with the hat, however, so he's the big loser in that department.
Lenny/Karyn and Team Danza are in a race for what I'm not sure they realize are the last two safe spots. Essentially, this sequence consists of very slow camel-leading, in which Danza catches up to Lenny and Karyn. I have to say that Danza seems to be doing a very good job of working together this week, much to my surprise. Maybe the "relationship discussion," combined with Margaretta's wise advice to hang in for forty years, has done them some good. At one point, Karyn sees the Guidos up ahead, because she bitterly comments on the "matching outfits." "Why are you worried about everybody else?" Lenny asks. "I'm not. I'm worried about us getting to that yellow flag," she snits. This is not a good week for Karyn. In the end, Danza comes in fifth, and Lenny/Karyn finish sixth. Lenny and Karyn immediately face in opposite directions, and she shares a hug with Margarita. Lenny just looks miserable.
Paul and Amie are seriously lost. No, lost-er than that. At the oasis, the other teams speculate about their fate. "They left, like, a half hour before us," the Esquires point out. "They're lost in the desert," Nancy says flatly. "I bet Paul is freaking out," she goes on. "Paul?" Rob says. "Man, Amie is the one that's freakin' out. That girl is loud." Hey! Don't disrespect the loud, Rob. Speaking on behalf of loud women everywhere, Drew steps in. "She's feisty, Amie. I like that about her. Feisty girl." Go, Drew! Go, Drew! Go, Drew!
In a kinda sad scene in the Cockroach car, Paul is sympathetically asking Amie how she's feeling, and she's saying she wants to keep playing and doesn't want to quit. He's trying to break it to her that they're already out, and she's not ready to hear it.
The other teams wait patiently in the oasis, clearly pretty concerned about the whereabouts of Paul and Amie. There's a nice shot of Frank with his arms wrapped around Margarita.