The Frat Boys are trying to stay positive in their cab, remembering the Fast Forward that two teams went for. "We don't know how long that takes, though," Dan carps. Terence and Sarah are now arriving at the arch, not as happy to face that uphill climb as you might think. Come on, you guys! This is a physical challenge! You love this shit! After the falcon delivers their clue, they make the Detour unanimous: "Babe, we're acting like fools. We are fools," Terence says. "We?" In the cab, he tells her, "No quit, my love," Terence tells Sarah in the cab. "No quit," Sarah dutifully agrees. Just lose, she thinks. And lots of it.
Ken and Tina are back at the theater and struggling back into their cow costume. "At least we know where to go now," Ken says from underneath the ass section as they head out. The Frat Boys arrive next, and of course Andrew loves the big udder as they try to assemble their costume like a puzzle. They leave their shoes behind to pick up later, and earn themselves a slow-mo hero shot of the cow emerging from behind the curtains into the world. Behold the coowww!
Toni and Dallas jog into Old Square, schlepping their cow segments and yelling, "Phil!" Phil merely pops an eyebrow at them in response. They're team number two.
Tina and Ken finally make it back to the butcher stall and get their Pit Stop clue. Tina wants a cab, but Ken reminds her of the "by foot" clause in the clue. So far, so good.
The Frat Boys are going one block at a time, but still not having much luck getting directions. And Terence and Sarah have gotten into their cow and quickly find someone to lead them to the bazaar on foot. In the back end, Sarah thanks them. In Russian, of course. Why is she even on this race? She could earn a million dollars much more easily just by working as a Babel Fish.
Ken and Tina are relieved to learn that they are team number three. And the Frat Boys are still arguing, as Andrew wants to stop and ask for directions, while Dan insists on yelling at people as they walk by, because he wants to keep moving. Eventually they come across a group of taxi drivers, and agree to pay one of the drivers 1000 tenge, which as of this writing is about eight U.S. dollars, to lead them on foot to the milk stand. Terence and Sarah ask their guide to walk faster. "You're not tired?" he asks them. Aw, how nice of him to be concerned about them under that cow costume. The Frat Boys find the milk stall first, and Dan sucks it down. "I want some milk," Andrew whines from behind. Dan reads the clue on the bottom of the glass and gets their increasingly reluctant taxi driver guide to agree to lead them to the bazaar. Terence and Sarah get their glass at some point after the Frat Boys have left, and as they walk off with their empty glass, Terence tells her, "Good job, my love." "Good job, my cow boyfriend," she responds. I wonder if that's something she's been calling him all along.