Alex clears the second log, and then they grab their pit stop clue and Lynn takes over the driving. As they head out, Lynn tells him that whether they finish last or not, he knows that what Alex just did was really hard for him. As you know, I'm not a big fan of that team, but in terms of partner behavior during a Roadblock, Lynn basically did that perfectly. If anything, he was sort of naggingly supportive, which may or may not have bugged Alex, but he didn't act like it did, and there are many worse things you could do than that. I still think they're sort of self-righteously hypocritical and irritating, and that "born to do this" thing has to go, but at least they're nice to each other.
Brian and Greg. Roadblock. They maneuver around the logs.
Lynn and Alex are approaching the pit stop, and they talk about their hope that they're not last, but their knowledge that they might be. And then you figure out what Alex is doing in the back seat, looking like he's changing his clothes. He reminds us in a voice-over that the rule is that you lose all your clothes in a non-elimination leg besides what you're wearing. So he thinks he should wear as much as possible when they're arriving at the mat. You know, just in case. Heh. It's Africa, and he's got, like, eight layers on. Lynn says from the front seat, "Will you put on some of my clothes? Will you put on some underwear as, like, a headband?" And no, I didn't need that mental image on about six different levels, but it was still kinda funny. They drive up to the pit stop. They run to the mat. Phil tells them that they are team number four. "What?" they ask in unison. "Yes," Phil says in this hysterically funny way that I have absolutely no chance of describing adequately. They hug. They then sputter to Phil about how they put all their clothes on, just in case they were last and it was non-elimination. This amuses Phil, who allows that the fashion police may arrest them. Imagine if Alex had shown up with underpants on his head. Lynn's underpants. Yeah.