Their next clue is sending them to Brasov, Transylvania. Oh, and if you freeze-frame on the clue, you can see that someone is a Young Frankenstein fan; the top paragraph reads, "Pardon me, boy, you need the Transylvania station." The camera transports us to Brasov, which even has a Hollywood-style sign mounted on one of the hills that surround the town. Except the letters spell out "BRASOV" and not "HOLLYWOOD," which would have come off kind of pretentious. Phil tells us that once they get there, they'll take a taxi to Biserica Niegra, or "Black Church." Which, I'm just saying, does not look black on my TV.
Margie finishes the balance beam, just as Mike hops up. He's not wearing a girl's leotard, by the way. Margie bulls through the parallel bars while Mike flop-sweats on the beam, but they both get it done. Thus Margie and Luke hold on to their second-place slot.
Amanda and Kris have already arrived at the Bucharest train station, an imposing structure with a classical stone faĂ§ade upon which is inscribed the words "Cara De Nord." Margie and Luke aren't far behind, but it doesn't matter; the next train isn't leaving until 6:30 the next morning anyway. Amanda is not looking forward to spending the night in the train station. "It's kinda freaky," she says, as though she's never seen people sleeping in a train station or an airport or a Wal-Mart before. Meanwhile, back at the gym, Mike finishes up and looks completely wrung out. "I want my freaking medal!" he says.
The second flight touches down in Bucharest, so here come Team Family Law, the Stuntmen, Kisha|Jen, Team Go Team, and the Flight Attendants. Victor has reached the point in the leg where he begins to outsmart himself, as out the window of the cab he sees a sign with a picture of a sports complex and decides that's where they need to be. So they hop out and start running around the grounds. Tammy doesn't think this is right, but you can probably guess how far that gets her.