Jaymes & James decide to bail on their driver and run the rest of the way, telling him to meet them there. They start running down the sidewalk, probably not wondering right now whether any of their fare will get prorated out given that they had to go part of the way under their own steam. Trey & Lexi return to Lombardi's and get their clue just before the Chippendales arrive, and Trey appears confused by the U.N. tag in his hands. They decide to go outside to figure it out as the Ja/mses come in, Currently In Last Place, and shake hands with John. As Team Austin realizes the tag is their entire clue and they have no idea what it means, we suddenly cut to Phil, who is coming to is from the General Assembly chamber at the U.N. building. "Teams must figure out that this is the emblem from the United Nations, an organization represented by a hundred and ninety-three countries," he says. I think figuring out that second part is optional, though. The camera zooms out past all the empty seats and takes in some of the public art outside as Phil continues, "Established after World War II, the U.N. is focused on solving humanitarian issues and maintaining world peace. Once they arrive at the U.N. headquarters, teams will receive their next clue. "And there's a clue box standing there on Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, with three diplomats standing nearby but studiously looking in another direction. Back outside Lombardi's, Trey & Lexi still have no idea what they're looking at, so they stop some dude to ask him for help. He quickly recognizes the U.N. logo like a normal person, so Trey & Lexi tell their driver to take them there.
Jaymes & James are sorting through the pizzas, none too gently. "Take it easy with the boxes," John admonishes. They're still at it when Josh & Brent return. "You made a mistake, on Mulberry Street and Broome Street," John tells them at once. "You gotta take 'em and redo them." Josh picks up more boxes and confirms with Brent, "You remember where they are, right?" "I know the addresses, that was my job," Brent snipes passive-aggressively. See, what did I tell you?
After the ads, Josh is arranging the orders for their second attempt while Brent bitches to the camera, "I took two addresses to memorize, and all Josh had to do was get the right pizza pies. And he didn't do that correctly so now we have to redeliver two of the orders." Welcome to The Amazing Blame Game.. before leading Brent out carrying six pizzas (so at least they don't have to go back to the one they did right,) Josh confirms he knows where they're going. "I can do my job," Brent snits. He's not done, either; out in the street, he says, "Cannot believe that you did that. And are still making me carry all the pizzas!" Josh relieves Brent of a few, so maybe Brent will give him a little relief in return (not likely).