Back at the harbor, Kelly and Christy arrive with their goodies while Dan and Andrew are still trying to figure out how to open their fish trap. "How'd they get back so quick?" Andrew wonders. So just like that, Team Divorce is back in fifth. "Christy and Kelly passed us for the eighty-millionth time on this race," Dan complains as they ride towards Angkor Wat in sixth place. "We keep finishing second-to-last, third-to-last. We'll eventually be last if we keep doing what we're doing." Indeed, the only question is why that hasn't happened yet. Oh, right -- Aja and Ty. We see them get rid of their fish and board the last tuk-tuk to Angkor Wat.
At Angkor Wat, Nick is approaching tourists to ask them where to find the room he's looking for. "Don't tell me I've got to go up there," Tina mutters, looking up a steep stone staircase. Dallas is also asking for directions. And Terence is reluctantly agreeing to take this Road Block for him and Sarah. Inside, Nick has drafted a guide, who leads him directly to the right place. Nick thumps his chest, and interviews afterwards that "I though I was doing some kind of war cry or Tarzan thing." At a temple? Really? He picks up one of the relief sculptures on the ground, and discovers the carved message on the back telling him to go to Bayon Temple and find the Pit Stop there. Bayon is another twelfth-century Buddhist temple, but it's on a much smaller scale and it's also where the last team may be eliminated. Nick says that he hid the clue under his shirt. We see him going past Tina on his way out, asking her fake-cluelessly if she found anything. She frustratedly says no. "If you can hold them up for thirty seconds by saying, 'I don't know where it is,' then absolutely I will do that at every moment," Nick interviews. At a temple? Really? Terence doesn't look fooled, looking suspiciously after Nick as he rushes past with obvious purpose. Nick rejoins Starr outside, and Ken and Sarah watch nervously as the Siblings head to the Pit Stop.