Christina returns to her relieved dad, leaving only Don to sweat it out. Nick? Still lost. He's also wearing the hat sideways now, and I'm convinced that actually makes you dumber. Nick comments that landing a plane is easier than this, which totally sounds like something they baited him to say, like, "Our husbands are professional athletes." Don comments back at the station that Nick's the only one on the course, as far as he knows. "This could really cost us," says Don's disembodied voice, which seems to step in to sound concerns in moments where actual Don seems very relaxed. I wonder if "this could really cost us" was actually a reference to getting yelled at by the family when they came home with tattoos on their arms.
When we get back from a set of doomsaying commercials, Nick asks a passing motorist for directions back to the station, and he seems to be going the right way. Kind of. I think it's all relative.
Oh, hey, it's the Osaka airport! It's TK and Rachel! Remember them? They're the fourth couple still in contention on this show, and they're currently in last place! They get a cab, and as he sits in the back of it, TK observes that they're "back on the racetrack," whether they're ahead or behind. I think he kind of knows they're behind. He and Rachel smooch in celebration of not sitting in airports or on planes anymore. What's hilarious is that making out in cabs always means one of two things: (1) really romantic; or (2) really, really tawdry. I'm thinking TK and Rachel are the first one.
Nick is still having trouble.
In the back of Nate and Jen's cab, Jen is explaining about how difficult the task was, and how it ends with the need to find this little offshoot street to get to the station itself. Nate is looking where they're going, though, and he puts a hand on Jen's arm and says it's hard for him to listen to her while the driver is driving. She pulls a face. He's like, "Er...," and goes on to say it's hard to listen to what she's saying right now. He squeezes her arm. "You know what I'm saying," he says. "No, I don't," she says. I swear, Nick needs a siren that will go off three seconds before he says something like that, instead of the siren simulated by Jen's freaking out, which tends to go off three seconds after.