Alison and Donny are dog-walking rather aimlessly as, again, the music guys continue to deliver with some very funny stuff. This was an outstanding week for them. Alison and Donny soon run into Karen and Linda, and Karen suggests that if they all stay together, it will be "less stressful." Wait, it's going to be less stressful if they team up with Alison and Donny? Meh. That's like adding soap to your coffee to make it sweeter.
Kami and Karli get the detour clue. They quickly conclude that walking the dogs will be easier. Don't tell that to Donny and Alison and Karen and Linda, all of whom are wandering all over, trying to find their way to where they're supposed to be. "I hate you," Alison spits at her "boyfriend." Donny interviews that he was "so mad" at Alison, who kept yelling at him constantly while he was trying to read the map. He points out that what she was doing was not going to help them get out of the mess they were in. I'm not sure why he assumes that she would stipulate to the legitimacy of any objective other than haranguing, which I really believe Alison considers to be its own reward.
Charla and Mirna think they've located the guy who's featured in their second clue. They approach him, and he takes the clue from them, so they can leave. Mirna takes a moment to tango with the guy first, because that's just the kind of fun, wacky girl she is. In an interview, they talk about how they do things to entertain themselves just so that they don't break down from the stress. I don't know. There's something about the way they do all these "fun-loving" things that doesn't come off to me as natural, but seems more like unrelenting mugging. I didn't get the sense that Mirna was swept up in the spirit of the tango as much as she was swept up in how adorable she thought it would be if she did it. They just don't give me a genuinely whimsical vibe; it all seems labored. ["I would agree with you, but I don't think Mirna can think ahead far enough ahead to be that calculating. I mean 'frrrrront-o'?" -- Sars] As Brandon and Nicole exit, Charla and Mirna get their next clue and head out of the theater. Phil explains that the clue now requires them to go by bus or taxi 70 miles to a ranch called La Invernada. It's a "traditional Argentinian ranch." (And as you know if you have a working knowledge of chick movies, "Argentina has great beef. Beef and Nazis.") Charla and Mirna choose the cab.