The Siblings are arriving at Bayon Temple, an open-air location that's a confusing maze of stone walls, stairways, and flagstoned courtyards. One of these courtyards contains Phil, standing in front of the mat next to a wizened little white-robed monk. "Welcome to Cambodia," the monk sings, and Phil tells them they're team number one. And they've won a trip for two to St. John, which will include a "sunset champagne sail by catamaran." During which they can either make out, or not. Nick interviews that it reminded him of how they won the first leg. "It wasn't just a fluke; Starr and I are a team to be reckoned with." And all the wins so far have gone to one of two teams. I might point out that at the end of both of the legs they won, the Siblings were wearing their baseball caps with their last name, "Spangler," embroidered on them in Gothic text. So it might be to another team's advantage to steal them. Or at least push them off a ledge.
The Frat Boys arrive at Angkor Wat, and are appropriately awed: "It's the original Playboy Mansion," Andrew says. Classy. Andrew is decided as having the best sense of direction. At least this time he'll be too far away to hear Dan's endless bitching. Ty and Aja are still going strong, him telling her that it's their destiny to win the race. Meanwhile, Andrew is just starting to get an idea of the scale of this place. "Holy crap, this place is so frickin' huge," he breathes. His level of spiritual inspiration is duly noted. Now where's the Grotto?
We rejoin Phil at the Pit Stop, where he's facing both Toni|Dallas and Terence|Sarah, neither of whom we got to see arrive for some reason. Toni and Dallas are team number two, which makes Terence and Sarah team number three. Not bad for a team that suffered a transportation breakdown. Terence's hair must be more aerodynamic than I've been giving it credit for.