By now, Jet and Cord have found the clue box, and Jet will be doing this Road Block. Jet interviews of Pingping, "If he jumped out of your trash can, it would scare you to death." If not much less demeaning, this remark is at least funnier than Caite's request, "Can I take him home?" Wearing both cowboy hats on the sidelines, Cord remarks that he doesn't know where Pingping shops, "but he wears a small." "This ain't like roping," Jet says, as he struggles almost as much as Caite does. At the same time, I wouldn't advise him to try to bring down a steer with uncooked noodles.
Meanwhile, the other two teams continue to be lost, to the vast frustration of the brothers. And the Detectives don't feel much better about it. "One bad cabdriver could cost you a million dollars," Michael remarks, having completely forgotten that they control their own destiny.
The desperate little caravan pulls over at a desolate parking lot somewhere, which is not the right place, but both teams are satisfied with having found an English-speaking local who can give their cabbies directions to Zhujiajiao in the local language. And according to them, it's only three kilometers away. Back underway, Dan complains, "I feel like I'm in the movie Behind Enemy Lines." That would indeed suck for me, because I've never seen that movie and so would be totally lost, even before Owen Wilson shows up with short hair.