The plane touches down at the Beijing airport at 8:05 PM, in full darkness. Tammy and Victor are, unsurprisingly, the first off the plane, followed by Kisha|Jen and Margie|Luke. Tammy tells a cabdriver as they get in his taxi, "We're going to Jian Gup Men outer street. There's a Liangzi foot massage place." In your face, closed captioning! They're happy with how quickly they got out of there. Team Go Team is just now getting off the plane. "Stuck in that last row," Jaime complains. Although I'm sure she was very quiet and patient while waiting for the passengers in the rows ahead of them to disembark. Margie|Luke and Kisha|Jen are racing for cabs now, and Luke carelessly careens into Kisha, yelling for his mom the whole time and never looking back. "Ass," Kisha says. Seriously, dude, watch where you're going. They do seem to get a cab marginally more quickly, and Luke signs to his mom, "We kicked Kisha and Jen's ass!" Yes, partially by crashing into them. I'm starting to think Luke's new strategy for the race is to play it like bumper cars. As for the sisters, Kisha observes that Luke has a grudge, and Jen says it's all up to the cab driver now. I think she should rephrase that as "for now."
So with Team Go Team in a taxi, it becomes a four-way cab race to the next clue. The cheerleaders spot the sisters up ahead, and get their driver to pass them. He also passes Margie and Luke's cab, their hazard lights on the whole way for some reason. Margie wonders aloud why the cab has its flashers on, but I was just assuming that it was the driver's way of warning the world, "Caution: Jaime on board." A shot of the speedometer tells us he's going 120 KPH, or about 75 MPH. If that doesn't make Jaime happy, I don't know what will. Margie and Luke laugh ruefully about their recurrent bad taxi luck, although Margie's the only one laughing. Luke is just rueful.