Bob and Joyce are in the home stretch of the dog walk. Joyce urges on the dogs, saying, "Vamoose, vamoose," but Bob tells her, "All their vam has moosed." Hee. They elect, quite fatefully, to take a taxi. If they make that call wrong, by the way, the day turns out totally differently, so be glad that they did this when they did.
Elsewhere, Marshall and Lance are being delayed while their taxi fills up with natural gas. Jim and Marsha are enjoying being, in his words, the "comeback kids." Jim says that he's quite sure that what Linda and Karen told them was not a mistake, but a "bloody lie." Eh. I don't know. Maybe. In their cab, Karen says that it's been "a heck of a day," though not necessarily a good day for them.
Mirna and Brandon are both still struggling with the calves. "Get 'em in the corner!" Charla coaches some more. If Charla consistently spends as much time ordering Mirna around as she has during this episode, that's going to seriously bug. Brandon is first to grab a bandanna. Mirna finally manages to get a bunch of calves in a huddle, and she gets herself into the middle of the huddle and grabs the bandanna as well. The two lead teams read their clues. Phil explains that now, the teams will have to take horse-drawn carriages two miles to La Portena, which is an old estate serving as the second pit stop. "The last team to check in here," he says, "will be eliminated." Brandon and Nicole, followed by Charla and Mirna, climb up into their carriages and take off. Mirna can't shut up with the "rapido, rapido" to the driver, and feels compelled to make kissing noises to the horses. And yes, my sense is that she's making the kissing noises in improvised Spanish, though I'd have trouble proving it.