11:34 PM. Team Jeebus. They open the clue (and their $200). Boat, taxi, and they're on their way.
11:35 PM. Shola and Doyin. Okay, here's what I think. Based on Episode 1 (in which Doyin called himself Doyin while telling himself not to look down), it appears to me that Shola is the one with the earring. That is the premise on which this entire recap is based. If Shola is the one without the earring, then I have it backwards, but I've looked a couple of times, and I'm pretty sure I'm right, despite the fact that I think there was a forum post to the contrary. But at least we're making progress. Anyway, they notice that their lead on the people behind them is practically nothing. One of them voices over that their high level of communication skills gives them kind of a creepy telepathic advantage. Cool.
Tarawil cab. Apparently, according to what we have learned about cab karma, they did not tip their first cabbie, because this one has no freaking idea where he's going. Ha! Furthermore, Tara has caught on that the driver is clueless, and Wil the Pil is still insisting that everything is fine. Whatever, Captain Denial-o. I notice here that Tara is wearing big rings on her fingers. You know what I don't think is too practical during this particular race? Big rings. Future reality show contestants can file that under "Things To Leave At Home," along with Very Large Dangly Earrings and High-Heeled Shoes. Just some friendly advice.
Interestingly enough, Jeebus's cab driver isn't doing much better with finding the club, although he may be distracted by the fact that he's enthusiastically eating while driving. Eventually, Hungry Driver stops to ask directions, and it happens that there's an angel in twinkle-lights in the window of where they stop. I'm sorry, did I say "it happens"? What I meant to say was that God put the angel there so that their driver would stop there and ask for directions. Or that God put the angel there to give Jeebus encouragement. Or that God made the person inside give the right directions because there's an angel in the window. Whatever. It's one of those, Jeebus seems pretty sure. Here, they replay as a voice-over that annoying comment about "spiritual advantage" from Episode 1. I also think I would be remiss if I didn't mention that it's a fairly curvaceous angel. What meaning that has, I simply don't know.