They soon find the dog and the satchel en masse (see, I know a little French, too). Trey & Lexi are the first to grab and open one of the clues inside, which tells them, "Find da Vinci's final resting place." Phil helpfully tells us that's Chateau D'Amboise, where there's a bowl of flowers wrapped in clue envelopes inside the entrance hall. Most of the teams take off, but Natalie and Nadiya have their Speed Bump here, so they're not going anywhere yet. "Bye-ee!" Brent sings at them mockingly, to Josh's disapproval. Phil explains about the Speed Bump, in which the twins will now have to enter the chateau, find the "Prince du Rome room," and lace a woman into an 18th-century corset to earn their next clue. "Say bye-bye to the twins," Brent says to the other teams. But awkwardly enough, rather than splitting up now, they all have to run back to the house together because it's on the way back to the parking lot. The whole way, the twins loudly tell their allies to lose the goat farmers, and that they're only using them and faking Josh's ankle injury. Wait, what? Brent asks Josh if he's faking. "No," pants Josh, who would clearly rather be anywhere else. "Have fun at the Speed Bump!" Brent mocks as the teams split up. Way to rise above it, Brent. You've proved yourself to be the bigger person.
After the ads, the twins run to the entrance, and bitch about the Speed Bump in a post-leg interview. They rush noisily into a bedroom, where a handsome, gray-haired woman is waiting for them, along with a mannequin that has a corset already tightly laced on it to serve as the model. "Très sexy, non?" one of the twins says as they start lacing it up. They complain that the other teams should have waited for them, which is asking rather a lot in the penultimate leg. Or any leg, really. "The Beekman Boys wouldn't have gone anywhere." I wish I could roll my eyes at that, but we already saw them waiting around for the other teams once. Meanwhile, the other three teams are wandering around outside the chateau, with the Chippendales and "Lex and Tex," as Brent calls them, at a loss and only too happy to submit to the leadership of the goat farmers in the twins' absence. Sure enough, Josh & Brent are the ones to find out where to go, and soon they're leading the other two teams down the road to the right place. "Wait for them," Brent says to Josh in their car, flabbergastingly. So I guess it's just the twins he's mad at, then. Behind them, Lexi voices some concern that the goat farmers aren't so great with directions. But the mood in the Chippendale-mobile is more positive, as James says, "Never count the Beekmans out." Yes, especially now that they're helping y'all.