The fourth-place team, Toni and Dallas, are leaving at 10:15 a.m. New Zealand really scattered these teams out, didn't it? Toni interviews that she hopes to race smarter, not harder. "I am not gonna be able to keep up with 20 and 30-year-olds," she declares. Fortunately, the "smarter" comes into play when she's able to direct Dallas to the Auckland International Airport rather than a strip of macadam in Te Puke or whatever. And it turns out Dallas also doesn't know where Cambodia is, either. If nothing else, this is going to end up as quite a geography lesson for him. Can I tell you something embarrassing? I couldn't find Singapore on my globe, and had to look it up on Google Maps. And I'm still not sure about the reliability of the driving directions it gave me from my house.
Terence and Sarah arrive at the airport and find the same Flight Centre that Ken and Tina were at earlier. They learn that the previous team is on a flight to Singapore that's leaving at 12:20, but that it might be too late for they themselves to make that one. Well, maybe next time they'll try to outrun the cops.
Nick and Starr leave the Pit Stop at 11:34 a.m. In an interview, Starr confirms that she did indeed run over her own arm with the Blokart during the last leg. As she removes her jacket and puts on her seatbelt in the back seat, we can see a couple of bandages, although Starr assures us it's not broken and she won't "let it get in the way of our game." Nick agrees that she's strong. Starr says, "Another day, another Road Block, another Detour." As long as neither of them gets edited out.