Ray and Yolanda are also not done, and are told that they need to flatten down the gold a little better. Your gold is raggedy, people! Get with the program! Don't get eliminated! I want there to be someone I can root for without hating myself!
MoJo. Pots. Monica crosses herself and picks up the pots. Joseph says that he has four extras, but she drops her entire board worth of pots, so they're going to have to go back, like, a lot. She collapses into a heap of weepiness.
Commercials. That allergy bee is kind of harassing.
When we return, MoJo drops off the second load of pots and has to go back for a third. They're only seven pots short. Joseph tells her not to feel bad, as she frets that she feels like she let them both down. It's nice that he's finding it in his heart to give her a little bit of a break here at the end.
Eric and Jeremy are having a lot of trouble finding a taxi to the pit stop. Ray and Yolanda are having a lot of trouble with the leaf. They eventually get done, so they leave, happy that they're not too far behind Eric and Jeremy, and hoping that they're a bit in front of MoJo. Speaking of whom, Joseph is carrying the entire last load of pots, because Monica has allowed feelings of uselessness to translate into actual uselessness. When they arrive at the boat where they drop them off, they finally get their clue. They leave for the pit stop.
Eric and Jeremy still can't find a taxi. Aha -- there's one, at last. Eric thinks they ran about two miles to find one. When Ray and Yolanda get off their ferry, however, they seem to find a taxi right away. MoJo are on the ferry, with him insisting they're "never out of it." They get a taxi. In the car he dabs her eye with his shirt as he tells her that they did their best. Aww. That's pretty cute. It's also more effective than, say, ordering her not to be upset.
Everyone is very tense in the cabs as the last three teams head for the pit stop. MoJo just hopes that the gold-leafing took a long time. Unsurprisingly, the first team to get to the temple is Eric and Jeremy. They run to the mat and meet up with Phil. Welcome, you are team number two. They produce their envelope, but they don't have the golden gnome either. They are, however, in the finals for the million dollars, which is the least surprising plot development of this season or any other.