Commercials. Your dog has fleas. God. That thing is so disgusting. Get it away from me. Seriously.
We return to Montego Bay, Jamaica, where Phil reminds us that we find Round Hill, a plantation that served as the eleventh pit stop. The teams are now getting ready to leave on the three-way competition for a million bucks. Hang on to your hats. And, depending on where you're watching the episode, your drinks.
2:37 AM. Ron and Kelly. The clue tells them to take a taxi toward Lucea and pick up a bag of onions. Phil explains that this is a 25-mile trip to pick up 50 onions, which they'll then take to a little restaurant and chop them up. When the onions are all chopped up, they'll get another clue. As they leave the mat, Kelly insists that she "truly, truly" cares about Ron, and that's why it's so hard for her to accept that it's not going to work out. I understand she's in pain, but she probably could have noticed a little bit earlier that she doesn't truly, truly like Ron all that much. She reassures us, though, that God will take care of her. Well, whew! As they hunt for a taxi, Ron interviews that it's not the greatest time to think about where they're going to be when they get home -- they need to focus on the task at hand. Which...he's officially right, but I wouldn't be able to do it in Kelly's shoes. They head up to a guard station or something and ask the guy to call a taxi. "And don't call them one," Ron says, pointing back toward an approaching Rob and Amber. "So you want to cheat on the race?" the guy asks. Ha! Ron points out that it's not cheating, which is correct, and the guy's like, "Oh, okay." Heh.