Cut to Hong Kong and Phil, who is dressed in a black turtleneck and black coat and has apparently recently fallen into a burning ring of fire, and has then gone down, down, down...well, you know. He tells us that Hong Kong is "a crowded and confusing metropolis." When our intrepid teams get there, they'll need to go to the top of Central Plaza, the aforementioned tallest building in the city. Back in Thailand, Thunk, Mary/Peach, and the recently arrived Teeth (with Blake still in those really, really big green pants that almost fell off him last time) leave the temple for the airport. Cha-Cha-Cha, meanwhile, stops at a police station to ask for some directions. In the Taraweasel SUV, Wil says that all alliances are terminated, and now it's "every team for itself." Then he says, "Right, Tara?" And she says, "Right, Wil." Tara? Looks like hell. I mean, I'm not judging, because I would, too, but she looks extremely haggard tonight. She also looks like she hates Wil, so at least she has that going in her favor.
Oswald at the police station (complete with cell door and blurry-faced guard in the background), asking for directions. It doesn't seem to be going that well. The guy eventually points, but Danny is already saying, "Let's go," so Oswald tells the guy, "Forget it, forget it." One of them mutters "God" under his breath, but it's not clear whether it's Danny, doing it because Oswald is so pokey getting out of the station, or Oswald, doing it because Danny is nagging him to get moving, or Oswald, doing it because the guy they were asking for directions wasn't helpful. It's certainly not Cha-Cha-Cha's most shining moment, but it's hard to draw many conclusions, except about the fact that Oswald carries the Amazing Purse as a fanny pack. Chris really seems to be the guy on the trip who has the biggest affinity for carrying it as...well, you know. A purse.