Louie and Michael arrive at the sidewalk supply depot for the ice cream task and load up, Michael hurrying Louie along as usual and already calling out sales pitches to passersby, like he's going to get them to follow him to their cart and wait around while he and Louie get set up. They soon find the pedestrian mall and an ice cream cart. They start setting up the umbrellas and other supplies, Michael hollering like a carnival barker. "You're the maker and I'm the yeller," he tells Louie, as if any other division of labor would make sense; Louie's lungs would give out about halfway into his sales pitch. Louie starts cutting the contents of small ice cream boxes into thirds, which results in a brick about the size of a half-pound of butter. Michael yells they're a dollar each (a Singapore dollar being worth about 72 cents U.S. at present), which is a pretty good deal for the amount of ice cream they're getting, even taking into account the amount that's certain to melt down customers' forearms in this tropical climate. After their first sale of two, Louie joins in the barking: "Ice cream from some crazy Americans!" Truth in advertising.
Hurrying to disembark the Flyer, Dan notices the "Fast Forward Taken" card now in front of the instructions sign. "Taken by who? OHH!" Jordan jokes in the elevator. They jump in a water taxi, happy with how things are going. Hard not to be. You don't often see teams fighting after successfully completing a Fast Forward.
Jet and Cord get their teacher's approval and head over to the stage, uncertain they can pull this off. Brent is satisfied that he has it, and they resolve to try it right after the Cowboys. Jet and Cord have to squat down over shorter drums up on the stage. "These are different than what I'm used to playing," Jet says, as though he's got years of being in a drumline program rather than experience that stretches all the way back to when they arrived at the park. They start, but Cord loses the beat. That means Brent and Caite can take a turn. Carol is getting closer to getting it, and keeps reminding Brandy, "You said stay here. We're screwed." Not sure how that's helping. They stop to watch as Caite and Brent do their drum routine correctly, or at least correctly enough to earn a clue, which as we've seen in past musical and dance challenges, is not necessarily the same thing. Both other teams look disgusted from below. Brent and Caite read from their clue, "Time to fill in the blank." Oh, they're having lunch? No, Phil says they'll need to find a park at the intersection of Penang Road and Orchard Road to find their next clue. Caite is fairly vibrating with excitement at the possibility that she might be able to U-Turn The Lesbians. "That's all I care about!" She really does work that moral high ground, doesn't she?