Jen and Nate are still looking for the clue, but she's spending so much time talking about how frustrating it is that...well, you've seen them go through this before.
Kynt and Vyxsin are lost looking for the tailor shop, it appears. TK and Rachel, on the other hand, find it. As you know they would, they choose the flowers. Hey, it's not like hippies were ever called "pasting children." In fact, it seems that Rachel works with garlands and flowers and thinks that although this will take some time, she can do it quickly compared to other teams. Finally, Kynt and Vyxsin reach the tailor shop, but before they can get that clue, they have to deal with the Speed Bump. As Phil explains, it requires them to find a yoga master (a particular one -- it's not like, "Are you a yoga master? Are you a yoga master?" although that would have been funny) and perform a series of moves. As they head to the location, Kynt camera-talks that things are so stressful that he thinks stopping to do some yoga will be great. Yeah, very relaxing, I bet. Fastest yoga ever!
And finally, finally, finally, Nate and Jen find the clue in the damn newspaper. Nate voices over that being in such a bad position in this leg, when the leg is almost surely an elimination, is no fun at all.
Nick and Don's driver seems to have the wrong underpass on the first try. Ron and Chris, on the other hand, find the posters. There aren't any directions, so they lay the panels down on the ground to look at them. Meanwhile, TK and Rachel are searching for the "marked flower stand." They find it and get moving, with him laying the flowers down in order and her stringing them. You know what I like about TK and Rachel? They're a type, but they're not phonies. You can tease them about that goofy hippie affect, but it's not an affectation. They're not acting like this because they're trying to control what you think about them, and they're not doing it because they're attention-seeking. I probably have about as much faith in their genuineness as I've ever had in a Race team. Ahead or behind, this is how they behave; they just pull it together, and while they have been known to bicker, you realize over time that when he says, "Can you stop talking now?" to her, that's literally all it means. It means, "This isn't helping me." It doesn't mean, "Oh my God, shut up, you fucking asshole." I'm about 98 percent sure they'd be delightful to have...not a beer with, necessarily; maybe a whole-wheat pizza?