Brent and Josh make it to their second shop, Tat Sofram, and drop off most of the rest of what's on Brent's tray. Apparently the third and final delivery will be for 120 simits, so they'll have to go back and pick up more. So it's clear to see how this Detour is faster. Or, I don't know, maybe they thought that going to a bathhouse on national TV would be bad for the gays. Rob & Kelley appear to be right behind them, and Rob yells at Kelley for help as he's struggling to lower his full tray. Going back with the empty tray back on his head, Kelley tells him to watch his step. "I'm good," he insists. This is, after all, a guy who's logged any number of miles traveling on top of wrecked automobiles.
Lexi happily sells her last cup of sherbet and cheers herself. "Now we just gotta find our way back." So the place must be even bigger than it looks. Ryan is still selling, but Abba is reduced to telling passersby, "It's for a good cause." Yes, the Two Aging Metal Guys Retirement Fund. Natalie gives a dude a hard sell but is only left wondering, "How can you say no? I'm working my ass off here." Lexi gets back to Trey and collects their clue in first place. Seeing this, Nadiya tells the camera that she's happy for them, as she thinks they deserve a first place win. "I'd rather Texas get it than Abbie and Ryan," she adds, unaware or uninterested that Abbie overheard her from behind. And those two teams were getting along so well, too.
Trey and Lexi, who is now out of her selling togs, read the clue telling them to take a taxi to the next Pit Stop. That would be a park along the shore of the Bosporus, where a yacht called Savarona is docked. Phil tells us that it was "originally purchased for the founder of the Republic of Turkey [even though it doesn't look centuries old], and is now the Pit Stop for this leg of the race. The last team to check in here may be eliminated." They may, or they may not. For once we have no idea.
The Chippendales make it to the Roadblock when Abba's down to his last four cups and Ryan's dispensing his last one, not forgetting to hug his sherbet-broker. And I was starting to worry he wasn't going to grab anyone at all this leg. As he rejoins Abbie and they run out of there in second place, Abbie tattles, "The Sri Lankans want Trey and Lexi to win first." "Why?" Ryan asks, as though anybody could find him anything other than charming, and Abbie explains how the twins don't want her and Ryan to win. "They're so juvenile. They can suck it," Ryan spits, displaying the kind of maturity we should all aspire to.