Trey asks if she's all right, and Brent says, "Oh, no." Josh starts walking in that direction, also asking if she's okay but stopping short of being able to see her flags (as if they'd be any help) and when Trey approaches her, she starts having a meltdown, more out of frustration than pain, I think. "It sucks because we've done so good on the race and it's all because of [unintelligible sobs]. I just want this so bad." Yep, here it is, that confidence-puncturing event I've been predicting for a few legs now. Just their bad luck it didn't come sooner, when they still would have had time to recover. And it's kind of embarrassing that it's happening in the U.S. After the ads, Lexi gets back to work as Trey interviews, "When she started crying, I wanted to start crying, because that's the person I love most in the world!" Just wait until you've been married a few years.
Getting back to work, Josh gets the Chinese greetings wrong, but he's only got them swapped, and after reversing them, he's got three flags completed, with a flashback to the greeter in Shanghai saying "Ni Hao" and "Zai jian." Brent, who just a minute ago was saying that this task would frustrate him more than it seems to be frustrating Josh, reminds him that every second counts. "Do you think I don't know that?" Josh snaps back. Look who's finally in the race, everybody.