Again, Uchenna keeps referring to this as a "blessing," in accordance with the requirement that the good things that happen to them be attributable to what great people they are and how much God favors them, rather than the fact that American Airlines doesn't want to look like dicks on television and has a relationship with CBS. I mean, does this mean that God chose not to bless Frank and Margarita, because they didn't make the subway? Even though they had a little girl, God just decided there was no blessing for them? Or that God was like, "One-potato, two-potato...never mind, I choose Flo!" It's just goofy. At any rate, the jetway comes back down, and they get on the flight, and...fine. If you love a largely random ending, you're going to get one.
And on the way onto the flight, Joyce thanks Jesus. Feh.
Ron and Kelly finally get to the airport, and they do wind up with the 11:15 flight.
Hilarious faux-Miami Vice music plays as we are introduced to Miami, and then -- guess what? -- Rob and Amber are the first to get out of the airport. Go figure. In the cab, Uchenna and Joyce talk about their hope that Ron and Kelly didn't get any flights that they aren't aware of, so they're hoping it's just them and Rob and Amber.
At the San Juan airport, Ron and Kelly's flight -- which has been delayed until 11:40 -- leaves at last.
In Miami, Rob and Amber pull up to the causeway and the clue box. It tells them to go to Little Havana and find "the King of the Havanas." Phil claims that they'll search for a cigar shop called "The King of the Havanas," but he then says that the teams will have to "figure out" that the shop is known by its Spanish name. Of course, they've never done that on any other clue in the race, ever, so it would appear to be another attempt to introduce randomness, since it's not really something you can "figure out." Anyway, at the shop, they'll find their next clue.