At any rate, Shana and Jennifer and TK and Rachel get in taxis for the goat market. In the taxi, Shana says that she thinks they had totally no choice in the matter. Jennifer, however, thinks "karma's a bitch." Yeah, there's really no such thing as that, except as an after-the-fact source of amusement. She knows that doesn't really happen, right? I wonder. "That's not a 'bad karma' thing," Shana correctly points out. "That's a part of the game." Well, seriously. Tell that to everybody who's ever been Yielded, please.
Jason and Lorena arrive at the Detour (finally) and choose to Shake Their Booty. They might as well, you know? You're almost certainly being eliminated; you want to dance, or dig in the mud? Tough choice, not.
On the way to the goat market, Azaria and Hendekea see a bunch of goats in a basket, and the way they are strapped down, all tangled up with each other, is...uncomfortable to look at. I don't blame them for finding that a little jarring; I certainly did. It's kind of Hieronymus Bosch for goats. Hendekea, however, correctly notes that they're going to the market to be sold for food anyway, so "they have a reason to cry." Heh.
Azaria and Hendekea and Nate and Jen are at the goat market with their chickens in hand. Azaria and Hendekea get the clue, which is for a Roadblock asking who wants to do a "juggling act." In this Roadblock, the person has to load up a bike with a big load of supplies, including what Phil calls "a potentially uncooperative goat." Each person has a different vendor to track down in the market to deliver the supplies. Azaria takes it for his team, and Jen takes it for hers. Azaria starts to load up his bike from his list, which includes blankets, a plant, big containers of liquid, sticks, teakettles, hoops of twine, and -- the topper! -- "a goat in a basket." ("Step One: You cut a hole in a basket...") Azaria and Jen both load up their bikes, including their goats, which are lying down in what appear to be plastic laundry baskets.