Ray and Deana. Pit stop. Team number one. And they win cars. Gross. It's a good thing there are two cars, I think, because I'm not sure these people are going to be sharing their stuff for very long, in spite of their recent "engagement" announcement. I suspect one of the plugged-in reality-show lawyers is already working on her divorce agreement. In race-related news, Ray congratulates himself for how great he did today. Booooo!
Rob and Amber arrive at Tribes. They miss with the first item, but realize that they need to pay attention to what they see at each village, because that will tip them off as to what to take where. They get the next one right. "So we see how we gotta do this, right?" Rob says.
Brothers and Ron and Kelly get directions to the market. Ron and Kelly get there first, and when they do, they bust open the clue and find a Roadblock. Phil explains that in this Roadblock, you find five items in the market for a local orphanage. (Aw!) The clue just asks who wants to shop, so Kelly takes it for her team. The items, for those of you who create Excel spreadsheets for this kind of thing, are a backpack, diapers, a shirt, a blanket, and a toy. Kelly goes out in search of a backpack, and she finds one with what looks like some kind of weird Tweety-Bird thing on it, and she pays two bucks for it. I wonder if that's counterfeit, if it's some other character, or if Tweety-Bird just got out of rehab.
Down in the cave, Meredith and Gretchen are looking for the clue, but having a rough go of it. They spot an arrow that marks the way through the cave. "Oh, my God, we might be getting out!" Gretchen says with relief. Meanwhile, Uchenna notes that the passageway in the cave is so narrow that he's not even sure he can wriggle through. "This is horrible," he says. He's also afraid they might be lost, and is sort of thinking they should have done Tribes. Yeah, I do think Tribes was faster in this particular case. They fooled you by making it seem like the rappel was the reckless in a Reckless/Chicken Detour, and that's always the right call. But here, it seemed like it was just slow.
Speaking of which, here are Rob and Amber, delivering a pipe to one of the chiefs. They get another of their necklaces. They grab a bowl to take to another on of the chiefs. Rob shakes the chief's hand and says, "Have a nice day." Not original, but better than "see you in the funny papers" or something equally him. All done, they turn in their necklaces and receive their clue, sending them to the market. Rob exchanges a pretty endearing low-five with the chief before they head out.