Jeremy and Sandy walk past the elephants and up to the mat, where Phil tells them they're team number three. A four-place jump forward thanks to car trouble, which I'm pretty sure is a record. Now most of the other teams are rushing back to their cabs, except of course for Amani and Marcus, who fired their driver and thus never have to see him again. Justin assures his driver that he's giving him plenty in American money, and Kaylani is trying to hurry a tired-out Lisa back to the parking lot. Justin and Jennifer are the next team to reach the mat, with Ernie and Cindy directly behind them, putting them in fourth and fifth respectively. Bill and Cathi are searching the parking lot for their taxi, as are the showgirls and the twins. But the grandparents find theirs next, effectively putting them in the lead. Amani and Marcus make it to the mat, exhausted and with no idea where they are in the ranking. But when Phil tells them they're team number six, Marcus lets out a celebratory scream, and they hug and high-five. Phil says Marcus looks like he won the Super Bowl, although you can tell he had to stop himself from saying Cricket Open or Quidditch World Cup some other such foreign nonsense. Marcus says that's how it feels, because you need a lot of luck to win the Super Bowl too. Nice of him to acknowledge the role of fortune in this outcome, in the form of being blessed to have a cab driver they couldn't stand for one more minute.
Episode Report CardM. Giant: B- | 466 USERS: B-
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