Commercials. Penguins are the new Julia Roberts.
When we return, Mary and Dave and the *lyns are having a rough time carrying their giant wad of mattresses through the streets. The *wins and BQs don't have their local with them anymore, but one of the BQs (Dustin, I believe) remembers the street number as 2101. Good for her for remembering; boo on them for giving away the address. They think they're already on the right street, so from looking at the nearby numbers, they're able to get themselves on track.
And then we return to the Fast Forward, where everyone else is kind of shocked that James is plowing through the cow lips like they're blueberry pancakes. "I want this Fast Forward," James tells them. And at this point, they'd better get it.
A small child throws a ball against a wall. His innocent whimsy is interrupted when four Americans, two beauty queens and two brothers, come marching through the play area hauling mattresses. When the BQs get hung up for a minute, they wind up putting down the mattresses and asking the *wins to come with them to run ahead and make sure they know where they're going before they hassle the mattresses any farther. Probably makes sense, if you think your mattresses won't get stolen. The *lyns and Mary and Dave, on the other hand, are not having a good time, and are winding up dragging their mattresses along the street, which the delivery recipient probably is not going to appreciate.
The Fast Forwarders are trying to convince themselves that it's not that bad that it's taking an inordinately long time to eat the cow lips. Tyler explains that of course, the other teams will be doing a Detour and a Roadblock, and they have to wangle four people, so this is still going to give a nice lead. It will! It will!
The BQs find the place they're taking the mattresses and confirm that it's the right one. "Do you want mattresses?" they ask. They get a positive answer, so they head back to get their load. As they're heading back, Mary and Dave and the *lyns are pushing their mattresses through the streets, and Mary is talking about how being accompanied by all the local kids is making it a lot more fun for her. It seems like one of the kids is trying to push on the mattresses and Mary doesn't want him to, so she laughs and tells the kid, "No, push me! You push me!" Dave snarls, "Mary, just leave them alone." I don't think Mary is the only potential killjoy on the team, if you get my drift. The BQs and *wins turn in their mattresses as Kandice interviews that they've "always really respected" the *wins. I wonder if that's because of their natural affinity for paper-making. Kandice at least claims that it's because the *wins have a similar work style to her own, and because they contain "beef." Once they've turned in the mattresses, they receive the next clue, which tells them to separate into individual teams and go to a place called -- seriously -- Tohotohobato Ambondrona Analakely. I'm betting that's the longest single place name in the history of the show, and when you count the names of every place they've ever been and find a longer one, I do not want you to email me. In any event, they're down to about 8-point font with that name on the screen. There, they'll look for another clue. The *wins and BQs part warmly. Meanwhile, Dave and Mary and the *lyns appear to be lost.