"We can go now," Marcus's instructor tells him, and Marcus zooms down the lane, nailing the landing. Tommy's instructor sends him down the lane in Marcus's wake. "I had some jealousy in my heart today," Andy interviews. Tommy also does well on the speed task, but Andy shouldn't beat himself up. After all, who doesn't have jealousy in their heart sometimes? Seriously, because I'm so envious of them I want to find them and kill them.
Ernie and Cindy are already in the old-fashioned-looking city of Gent, getting directions for "Burgstraat," which is apparently the street that leads to the bridge they need to find. So are Jeremy and Sandy. Back in Lommel, Marcus's first shot at the slalom comes in at 16.5 seconds, so he has to do it again. Tommy makes time on his first attempt, but he hit one of the cones and has to go again. You'd think a snowboarder would know from slaloming a little better. Marcus gives himself one of his trademark pep talks before his second crack at it, and brings it in at 13.8 seconds this time, stopping inches before the car-balloon. He interviews that the adrenalin rush was different from the birth of his kids or catching touchdown passes. You hear that, viewers? Don't have a family or practice your tackling, just buy a Mustang. Marcus does his doughnuts, and is totally jazzed, yelling about how he's ready to drive in NASCAR. Which makes me wonder how many NASCAR drivers played turkey-bloated football games in their backyards last weekend and decided they were ready for the NFL.
Bill and Cathi arrive at the Roadblock in, what else, last place, and Bill takes this. "Have such a great time," she tells him. Marcus is driven happily back to the waiting area, where he gets out and crows at Amani, "Now that's how you drive! From now on, that's how you drive!" Amani reads the clue, pronouncing "Gent" as the opposite of "Lady," but who can blame her with the H missing?