Mary urges her cab driver on. She tells us that with the position they know they're in, one of the other teams would have to screw up and get at least 30 minutes behind, or she's going to be toast. I think she has accurately described the situation.
Fast Forward teams keep going. Godwin looks for stamps. Tyler is almost done, and Rob thinks he's "a stallion." Hm. Godwin gets his third stamp, so he's close. Kimberly says she needs a break from lip-eating. (If I had a nickel...) They all tell her it's fine, because of the big lead they're going to have. They're golden. So golden! She throws up, feeling a little less than golden.
Commercials. I think what constitutes "Brooklyn-Style Pizza" partly includes not being from Domino's, Domino's.
We return to cow lips. Tyler is done. Kimberly is not, quite.
Erwin and Kandice discuss where the other teams are, and the consensus seems to be that they have no idea, but that it's probably good news. In her cab, Dustin figures that the teams that did the Fast Forward must already be at the pit stop. The teams doing the Fast Forward, meanwhile, are busy cheering on a very green-looking Kimberly. As Kim takes the last bite, Rob is like, "Is my chick awesome or what?" If I knew that eating and throwing up was all it took to be awesome, I would have started trying it a long time ago! The other guys agree that Kimberly is indeed "a machine." And she is done at last, so they all get the clue sending the four of them to the pit stop. They get cabs. In the cab, Rob wants a big smooch. After all that throwing up? Yowza. To quote yet another EEFP, "Kiss me, Pukey!" "The other teams cannot be ahead of us unless they ran a miracle," Tyler says both nonsensically and incorrectly.
Dustin is in the cab. Godwin is getting his last stamp. He gets the clue and heads for the pit stop to be reunited with his co-*win. Dustin's driver has to stop for gas. Hmm. Certainly is a lot of gas-stopping going on. She literally says "Gosh darn it."
Dave and Mary arrive at the Longest Place Ever, and Mary takes the Roadblock. Lyn and Karlyn arrive, and Lyn takes it for the team.
The Fast Forwarding teams are on their way to the pit stop, and the Pointies' driver seems to be a little bit lost. Dustin, meanwhile, is just hoping that she isn't in last place. Godwin's driver also needs gas. He's blaming himself, but it certainly needs to be a Thing. Rob and Kimberly grab (almost literally) some locals to help them get to the cathedral. Dustin roots for her car to make it up the hill.