Suddenly, Dave and Lori are saved when she finds an Amazing Tag. They get the clue for Segesta and leave. They aren't sure whether they want to Yield anyone.
Ray and Yolanda, for their part, are off asking for directions. As you will learn, asking for directions makes up a major part of their recreational activity. In fact, one of the EEFPs noted this week that it might be that the reason they don't see each other very often is that they spend a lot of time fruitlessly looking for each other. They're heading for their car as Dave and Lori are leaving. "We're coming!" Yolanda lightly taunts. "That's awe-some, good for yo-ou," Lori playfully mutters in the car. Ray notes to Yolanda once they're on the way that this was his "workout for the day." These two teams are both heading for Segesta, in theory, but quickly, Ray and Yolanda admit that they don't know where they're going.
At Segesta, Eric and Jeremy are on their way to the mat, while Tyler is up in the amphitheater working on his statue. When he's finished, he has his work checked, and the guy gives him his clue. Of course, Tyler hugs the local without ascertaining whether the local wants to be hugged. I really hate that. I realize it's meant well, but there are a lot of places where randomly throwing your arms around strangers -- particularly when you smell as bad as these people do -- is not considered great manners. At any rate, the clue tells them to walk to the pit stop, which is at a temple Phil explains is about a mile away. And the last team to check in may be eliminated.
As BJ and Tyler run down toward the pit stop, Eric and Jeremy spot them from a distance. BJ and Tyler land on the mat in first place. When Phil says he has good news, Tyler continues his Idiot Tour Of Cultural Stereotypes by saying, "We get...pizza pie!" Phil explains that they get, in fact, a "digital imaging package" that includes a camera, printer, computer, and batteries. Nice that they threw in the batteries. "Whoooooa! Digital imaging!" Ugh. God.
Eric and Jeremy choose not to Yield anyone. They get the Roadblock clue, and Eric takes it. Jeremy decides to offer to take off his shirt and model, which...you know, I really, really don't like this whole area of teasing the horndogs about being gay, but it's like they're begging me to. "Check me out, dude," Jeremy says. And he poses. It's all very...odd. Let's just say it's odd. ["I'm not teasing when I say that Eric and Jeremy really are the last two people alive who don't know that Eric and Jeremy are gay, and if they could just come out and realize that then they could kiss and hold hands, they would be a lot happier. And less tired from the strain of pretending to mack on girls all the time." -- Wing Chun]