Wanda and Desiree and Dave and Lori land at about the same time. So it really seems like picking the far building didn't hurt Desiree and Wanda at all. Monica and Joseph are taking off. Dave and Lori get a taxi, and when they're in the back, they chat and giggle about taking a helicopter around Sao Paulo, and how they'll "remember that forever." Aw. Desiree and Wanda get their taxi to Santa Cecilia.
Monica and Joseph get to Atrium V, and they find the clue. They take off again, hooting the entire time over how cool the trip was.
Fran and Barry have absolutely no idea what to do about their motorcycle. Lake and Michelle, on the other hand, are cruising. "So, we could easily be eliminated," Fran says. Ugh. As he works on screwing something, Lake hollers, "Don't be my demise!" He really is an archetype, isn't he? Michelle puts her hand on his shoulder and says, "Calm down." And he comes back, "WHY?" Because this isn't productive and you're making a spectacle of yourself, dipwad, why else? Barry, meanwhile, says, "I can't believe this would be the thing that would do us in." "And we picked the worst piece of crap here," Fran says, as if it would have mattered which unassembled motorcycle they chose. Yes, they have the bad pile of loose parts.
Ray is still assembling. The crowd is still full of jackasses. Inside, Fran and Barry are still fretting and doing nothing, and Lake and Michelle are almost finished. "We are really up the creek here," Fran says to Lake. He tells her, "I'm going to show you where it is as soon as he gets me checked." Lake's bike starts up, so they start to leave. When he gets his clue, Lake leans over Fran and Barry's bike. He explains to them where the carburetor goes. "Yeah, but we don't know what to do with this," Fran complains, indicating something. "Spark plug," Barry fills in. "The spark plug goes at the top of the engine," Lake offers. "I don't know what the engine is," Fran says.
So let me get this straight. You took a clue that requires you to assemble a motorcycle from parts, despite the fact that you cannot look at a motorcycle and identify the engine? Good thinking.
"The engine is the center part," Lake says. Finally, he and Michelle leave. "I thought he was going to show us," Fran complains when they're gone. By which she apparently means very nearly that she thought Lake was going to do it for them, because...seriously, they didn't even have anything close to the basic knowledge required to do this task, and they could have known that going in. ["Also: Raaaaaace, Fran. Lake helped you more than he should have as it was. Eyes on your own paper." -- Sars] Lake and Michelle leave for Santa Cecilia, noting outside that Ray and Yolanda are almost done.