In Jim and Marsha's cab, she asks whether the driver would have taken American money, and he says he would have. Frustrated, she notes this to her dad, and he says that people are apparently out to pick off the weak "sheep." I'm not sure it's that, and it's hard to know whether they were misled on purpose or accidentally. "We got screwed, and we'll deal with it," he says simply.
At Chacarita cemetery, Colin and Christie get out of their cab, ask for Evita Peron's grave, and soon learn that they're in the wrong place entirely. [Fucking-Up Music.] Bob and Joyce are similarly directed to Recoleta, followed by Chip and Kim. [More Fucking-Up Music.] Bob speculates in the Bob cab on the way to Recoleta that they might have really blown it with that little screw-up.
Meanwhile, at Recoleta, Charla and Mirna arrive at Eva Peron's grave. They're the first to pull the next clue, which is a Detour. The Detour choices this week are Perro and Tango. Phil explains that in Perro, one person takes a group of eight dogs, and the team navigates along a one-mile course with a map, hitting three checkpoints. You can start that task immediately, because the dogs are right outside the cemetery. In Tango, you take a cab to a theater a mile and a half across town, where a bunch of similarly-dressed couples are dancing in a low-light setting. You get a picture of a guy, and you look for that one guy, and if you find him, he gives you your clue. It's somewhat similar to the mask task from Venice last year, except that the people aren't moving around quite so much, and there isn't an upstairs to confuse you. It's similar, though, in that it's very hard to tell how difficult it's going to be, and you have to stop and concentrate in order to do it well. Charla and Mirna choose the tango, even as Charla protests, "I can't do the tango with a gentleman!" Well, you don't have to, you goofball, which means Charla is showing signs, among other things, of failure to read the damn clue. What kind of a weird-ass comment is that, anyway? She's the one who said she can do anything. I find it hard to believe that what's going to stop her in her tracks is the dance of love, you know? As they leave the task, Mirna thanks Eva Peron. Interestingly, I can't decide whether God or Eva Peron is less likely to give a flop who wins. God's got hunger and suffering to deal with, Eva's got the revolution...tough call.