Uchenna and Joyce are looking for the market. They check their map and keep going. Meredith and Gretchen are doing the same thing, getting market directions.
Lynn and Alex arrive at the pit stop and are checked in as team number four.
Uchenna calls it a "serious market" as they arrive, and apparently, Joyce is feeling a little grouchy, because she immediately says, "I don't want to; you do it." Uchenna takes off to do the shopping.
Rob and Amber show up at the Children's Home. They enter to the cheers of the kids, but again, there is no touching. They turn in their stuff for their clue. On the way out, though, a soccer ball gets kicked near Rob, and he can't resist, and stops to play with the kids for a minute. They get out and get in their car, and still with their Fern, who apparently had very little on her agenda today other than her trip to the market, they take off for the pit stop.
Uchenna finishes the shopping, and he and Joyce leave for the pit stop as well.
Gretchen takes the Roadblock for herself and Meredith, and she notes that if people see her coming, they just might "run the other way." It's all the blood, violence, and terror, you see. She approaches one guy for whom she makes a bit of a distressing game of charades out of a request for diapers, but he directs her and she gets on her way. He doesn't seem too shocked that there's an old lady with a head like a Q-Tip asking for diapers in his store. Gretchen makes her purchases as Meredith notes that he's pretty sure they're well behind at this point, but they're going on ahead anyway. Cranial trauma is no match for moxie, people.
Children's Home. Uchenna and Joyce. He's sure they're last, and he tells her so. She tells him not to get like that and be with the "negative energy." They're actually a little bit bickery as they approach the play yard, but then they run in and see all the little kids. And the cheering immediately makes them happy, because how could it not? "Wow," they both say in turn, and then they hug the Children's Home lady and get their clue. As they go, they call out to the kids and wave. They walk out, and Joyce interviews that it was "really special." And Joyce, because she's the kind of person who's capable of listening when the universe is talking to her, comments that seeing all those kids made her realize how many kids there are in the world who need somebody to take care of them. She mentions that they've considered adoption, and it sounds like maybe she's considering it a little more. Shots of adorable children! Oh, I can't take it. My heart wants to sing! Everybody had better stand back, seriously.