Nick's robot manipulation takes a huge turn for the better when he figures out that pressing the "0" button causes the robot to get up. Aha! With the defender seriously not working very hard, Nick manages to scoot the ball into the net and score a goal. So now, he just needs to take Grandpa through it.
TK and Rachel are in the cab on the way to the temple. TK tells us, once again, that he has absolutely no idea whether they're way ahead or way behind or what. Wait, what was that, TK? You have no idea? Whether you're ahead or behind? I am shocked!
Nate and Jen bail on the downstairs flowers and hit the upstairs flowers. We get exactly the same "holy shnikies"/"oh...my...gosh" exchange that we heard when they came in downstairs the first time, which certainly sounds like it's a product of the laziest editing of all time. ("Um, I need a sound to lay over this clip. Like maybe an expression of surprise. What have we got?" "Uhhh...they acted surprised five minutes ago." "Okay, that's fine. Give me that.") When the real flower doesn't immediately reveal itself, Jen declares that they should have done the other Detour. Nate disagrees. Ron and Chris continue sniffing.
Robots. Nick gives Don step-by-step instructions, as Don voices over that he's "low-tech," while Nick is more "high-tech." The robot falls down! The robot falls down! The robot falls down! And now, let us watch it together, four thousand times, in slow motion, until we remember it as well as we remember That Thing With Joe Theismann's Leg.
Jen thinks she smells a flower. They root around for a while, and finally, they select a flower that they take to the shop owner. They are correct, and Jen happily jumps up and down as they receive their clue. Ten up top! Everything's good! For now! The clue sends them by taxi to Tempozan Park, which is the pit stop for the leg. As Jen and Nate run for a cab, she insists that this will be their time. This will be the time they will get first place.
Ron and Chris, seemingly unsure whether anyone is nearby and thus whispering unnecessarily, find a real flower and go for the shop owner. They get their clue, and since Nate and Jen are still outside hunting for a cab they can communicate with enough to ensure that the cab can find the park, Nate and Jen are risking that you-know-what placement once again. Have I mentioned that the florist has green hair? Green like Easter grass? She does. I don't know. Ron and Chris are seen getting into a cab while Nate and Jen are still looking. This will not make Jen happy. "This is so not good," she says.