1:13 AM. Nicole and Brandon. Unfortunately for Nicole, very few people look good in lime green, and she is not among that select group. She goes on to voice over in a strange and suspiciously hair-splitting manner that she's certain that Brandon is "the type of guy" she wants to marry, but she's not sure he's "that exact person." Heh. "I want to marry a guy kind of like that, but maybe, you know, not that guy." That's gotta hurt. Everyone's done it, though -- "I'd like this guy's virtues in a husband, but the hair gives me pause."
Charla and Mirna, after Mirna gets over the fact that the car requires her to "change gears or something," quickly find themselves staring down the same desolate Fence of Disorientation that the Brothers Pepperoni faced down earlier. Brandon and Nicole, on the other hand, are humming right along on the path to Montevideo. Speaking of Montevideo, Alison and Donny have arrived in town ahead of everyone. She makes a lot of "yeah, baby" noises, which are not charming. In fact, I think I can hear the entire city of Montevideo weeping at her approach, which doesn't mean much except that they've heard of her.
1:27 AM. Colin and Christie. Wow, a do-rag with a headlamp over it. Sex-ay! Christie's ass says "Texas," today, by the way. (Christie's ass: "Texas." Christie's hair: "The mall.") She interviews that she and Colin are "very competitive" (you know, I hear he's intense), and that they "want to win." Fortunately, the other teams probably won't have a problem with that. None of them want to win. They're not intense. Also, Christie is unnaturally tan. That's not really relevant, but still.
1:28 AM. Chip and Kim. He speculates, after reading the clue, that they're going to be "Disco Daddy Domino-ing." He voices over that they've done everything wrong up to this point, which is...making them stronger. Hey, I'll admit it's no "I have not yet begun to fight," but as a theory, I like it as much as "we're hoping to leave the obviously erroneous impression that we're weak and stupid."
1:29 AM. Kami/Karli. They reveal, among other things, that the teams received $136 for the leg. Oh, those whimsical race bankers. On the way out, the girls run into Chip and Kim, and Chip tells them to follow him, because he knows the way out. "We love Chip and Kim," says Karli earnestly. "They're good people, we get along with them." The mythical Golden Heifer of Foreshadowing materializes in an otherworldly mist, and gives a halfhearted "Moooo." The two teams get separated while driving, however, and Karli speculates either that they lost Chip and Kim or Chip and Kim lost them. Can't get a thing past her. As Karli navigates from the back seat, Kami bitches something from the front seat about Karli being a perfect navigator and driver, and then Kami's not perfect, she's just better, and come to think of it, I'm pretty sure I saw this argument yesterday on Judge Joe Brown. One or the other of the twins voices over that they're both "best friends" and "worst enemies." Just the way family should be. She says that it's "not pretty" when they argue. It's hard to believe anything about them would not be pretty, isn't it?