Up top, Kat and Nick are still seeing nothing, except a pair of chimneys marked with graffiti of a crude rendering of Munch's "The Scream" and the legend "DS-13," whatever that is. Nick doesn't think that's obvious enough; "When you see them, you know that's it." Says the race expert who doesn't know how Fast Forwards work. Suddenly Nick notices the figurine behind them and says, "Look at this, look how dumb we are." What's this "we" shit? If Kat's dumb, it's only from several minutes of concentrated exposure to Nick. They figure out where they're supposed to go, and Nick suggests they pretend to the teams waiting below that they don't know anything beyond the "DS-13" thing. He comes down the ladder chattering to the second group of teams about DS-13, even walking out saying, "Let's go find DS-13." There's such a thing as overselling, but Kevin buys it. "I don't think Nick would lie to us, cause he's awesome," Kevin says, which is odd, because Kevin is awesome, and yet when he called Nick "awesome" he was clearly lying. In any case, he and Claire head up to have a look of their own. They also miss the figurine at first, and Kevin suggests giving up and going to DS-13, but Claire doesn't think that's a great idea. I guess she could invite him to go on ahead, but they don't really seem to play that way. Or else she just forgot that she was up there with someone besides her partner.
Walking montage. Chad and Stephanie are the last to get the Bank Bridge clue and they start walking to the tower. Team @ and Nick/Vicki are walking, not cabbing, to their next destination. Jill and Thomas are running around asking for directions. Instead of finding anyone who knows where they should go, they run into Gary and Mallory. Soon the four of them are running around together, the blind leading the blondes.
Up at the tower, Kevin's saying to Claire, "I hope it's not something obvious," which is the kind of remark the Amazing Editors just love, because it means they can show the figurine three feet from the back of his head. Finally Claire turns and spots it, so they figure that's where they're going: the matching, life-sized place on the horizon. On their way down, Kevin remarks, "I think Nick may have lied to us, though." Down on the street, the two teams decide to try describing the building to their cab drivers -- which they aren't supposed to be using. So Brook warned Kevin about the no-cab clue, and then broke it herself. Usually the reverse happens.