Kisha and Jen find the stadium and head down into the locker room where the Whites, the Globetrotters, and the Cowboys are all changing into their kangaroo costumes. "This is the men's locker room," Mike points out, and the sisters run off in search of the women's. "Always trying to get in the men's locker room," quips Mike. Before I can start unpacking everything that's going on there, Jen comes to my rescue with a well-timed, "Shut up." Shutting up! Didn't want to get into it anyway.
The two lead teams bounce-jog down the street. Margie's still having trouble, but Justin's glad he doesn't have to carry Zev in his pouch. Some bystanders watch in great interest. What, they don't see people hopping down the street in kangaroo costumes every day? I've been given a very inaccurate image of Australia.
Gary and Mallory are approaching the stadium, where the ladies are changing. "This is not the kind of animal I usually dress up as," Jaime says, instantly making herself this week's most popular reality show contestant on every Furry forum the internet has. Lest we get the wrong idea, she hastily adds, "This is a far cry from a little green bunny suit." Then she gives a flirty little wink, instantly making herself this week's most popular person on every Furry forum the internet has.
Up on the field, Mallory and Gary find the clue in ninth place. The cheerleaders encounter the Goths out in the street and suggest working together. That was a good call, because Kent already knows that they're looking for Mercury and Bismuth. "Whoa, look at you, who knows that?" one of the cheerleaders asks. "I got an A in chemistry," Kent explains. "I'm glad it finally came in handy." "Brains and beauty," Cara or Jaime says. What, I'm supposed to tell their voices apart, too? Don't push it. A group of kangaroos is closing in on them from behind, with Mel of all people in the lead. I guess those boots aren't messing him up like I expected. Quite the contrary, in fact. "Slow down, Kangaroo Jack," Mike calls after his dad, and interviews that they need these shoes for the rest of the race. A whole mob of kangaroos bounces down the street, Kisha saying, "I never looked so foolish in my whole entire life." Coming from someone who's run the Amazing Race once before, that's saying something. With that, an Amazing Cameraman waggishly pans over to a parked Animal Control truck.
Ron and Christina find the clue box in tenth place, and are changed into their suits by the time Amanda and Kris get to the clue box. Catch up, you two!