Eric and Jeremy. Lost in the desert. Can I get an amen? "I think we're going to drive until we are dehydrated and die," Eric observes. Spoiler?
Joseph and Monica get back to their car, and as they do, they see Eric and Jeremy driving around with their camel. Joseph observes that given the fact that the guys were ahead of them loading the camels, they must have gotten significantly lost. And indeed, Eric and Jeremy are still lost. "This is the worst experience I've had," Eric observes as they continue to drive in the dusty heat. Not going too well for them. As with BJ and Tyler, they don't seem to find things in general to be nearly as funny as they did when they were in the lead.
When we return, Eric and Jeremy are still boo-hooing over their inability to find the right place to drop their camel. Suddenly, they seem to sort of stumble across it at last. I'm not even sure they did that on purpose. In fourth place for the moment, they receive the Al Hawiyah clue.
In last place, however, are Ray and Yolanda, who are just collecting the Detour clue. They quickly decide to do the camel. As they approach the camel collection station, they see a returning Eric and Jeremy, who also see them and observe that they're not very far behind. The boys manage to get onto the ferry that's just leaving, so they hope that they can stay out ahead and out of last place. They take off in their car.
Ray and Yolanda hoist the camel. (Or he does; it appears to be a one-person apparatus.) As they put the camel in the truck, Yolanda frets that they might be "hurting his elbows." Elbows? Camel elbows? It's not every day this show presents an existential question, but...what's the difference between an elbow and a knee? Let's meditate on it together. In the truck, Yolanda observes that "the camel doesn't smell that bad. I mean, he could smell worse, I would have imagined." They drop off their camel and collect their clue. It's never a good sign about how you're doing when they start to show enormous chunks of your performance during a leg in compressed time.