Speaking of behind, Mary and Dave and the *lyns are close to their destination, so they're carrying the mattresses now. Unfortunately, Karlyn is losing patience with Mary and yelling at Dave to come and help her. I seriously hope that whatever is going to happen here happens before these teams start yelling at each other, because that would be sad.
The Fast Forward still sucks. Tyler is glad they're all in it together. Four cow-lip-eaters are better than two! The three guys all high-five each other as Kimberly tries not to throw up.
In the BQ cab, Dustin says that with two teams doing the FF, there are probably only four teams that can come in last, which is a little unnerving. Meanwhile, the *wins' driver is having trouble with the car, which is suffering from the malady of having no gas in it. (Props to this week's best EEFP line: "Madagascar? More like Outta-gas-car! Ha ha ha ha!" Sometimes, I do love the EEFPs.)
Here are the BQs at the Longest Place Ever. They open it and it's a Roadblock. Here, the Roadblocker has to search for what Phil calls "the tool most commonly used by the government of Madagascar -- the rubber stamp." Ouch. Wow. Sucks to be the government of Madagascar, I guess. The rubber stamps they're looking for will be scattered among "rubber stamp vendors" (really?) in the crowded streets of this chaotic marketplace, spread across a giant set of stairs. So they'll be looking for four different vendors with four stamps they need -- a boat, a train, a plane, and a car. Once they get all four stamps stamped on their clues, the Roadblockers will be finished, and they'll travel alone a couple of miles by taxi to the next pit stop, where their partner will be. The pit stop is at the Cathedral Andohalo, which sits above the city. Last team in may be eliminated. Dustin takes the Roadblock and starts searching for stamps.
Tyler tells the other Fast Forwarders how great it is that they're almost finished, and they're almost ready to go to the pit stop. You can tell how hard they're all trying to be perky, because they have been here a long time, and there are still some teeth and hair left to eat, so they're in a pretty desperate hunt for a bright side.