We see a shot of lots of fist-fiving among the three teams in the alliance, and there is talk of keeping a "steady pace." That's one powerful alliance. I'm sure everybody else is really running scared now. "Oh, no! They're keeping a steady pace!" Loud Pushy Frank says that his word is his word. Uh, is his word. Word.
At any rate, Margarita is rumored among the alliance to have seen a sign for the museum. (We know, of course, from Phil's intro, that she's mistaken, which lends a vaguely Hitchcockian element of suspense to this scene.) (Okay, not Hitchcockian. Bruckheimerian, anyway.) There is more fist-fiving, and they zoom off in their cars. Joe (or Bill) says that he feels "very comfortable" in the alliance, because they're the strongest three teams "both physically and maybe mentally." True? Perhaps. Frightening? Certainly. Note that Team Guido has abandoned the complete matching outfits, and is now just going with little matching hats, which they're wearing down their backs.
An interesting note: Bill and Joe's departure time is listed at 11:37 PM. That's only fourteen minutes after Rob and Brennan. Frank and Margarita depart at 12:05 AM. That's only a little under forty-five minutes after Rob and Brennan. Remember that Rob and Brennan arrived in South Africa on the same flight as Teams Guido and Danza. Then they won the Fast Forward pass. It seems to me that either they didn't do a very good job of getting their shapely behinds to Zambia in the first place, or it didn't take very long to do the bungee jump and the zipline -- know what I mean?
1:52. Lenny and Karyn leave. Lenny remarks that the relationship is going fine. Foreshadowing appears (tm Sars) in the form of a large bird with flapping wings, which comes and alights on Lenny's shoulder. "Awk, awk," it says. Karyn lovingly remarks that someday, they'll have lots of stories to tell their kids, because, as she puts it, "When we win the money, he has to marry me." The strains of "Isn't It Romantic?" are, surprisingly, not heard.