As they leave the mat, Azaria says that they might just get first place on every single leg and then win the whole thing. In an interview, Azaria says that he knows Hendekea has "physical limitations." She immediately says, "'Physical limitations,' like I'm a retard or something." The word "retard" is bleeped. Here's what I hate about the bleeping of that word, in addition to the fact that I generally think offensive terms should be left intact so you can decide for yourself whether they're offensive or not: the only point of showing that exchange is for you to know she said "like I'm a retard." If they didn't think you'd guess what she said, it's not funny or interesting or informative in any way. They want you to know what she said; they just don't want to be on the hook for showing what she said. You can go around and around all day about the comment -- I mostly come out at "No matter what, you've got to be aware enough not to say that shit on television" -- but if they truly thought it was offensive, why show the bit at all? She follows this with, "Like I got a gimp leg." Wait, she can't say "retard," but she can say "gimp"? Wait, do you think I can say "gimp"? Because I already said "retard." Okay, wait. Let me try again: She originally says, "Like I'm a [bleep] or something," and then she follows it with, "Like I got a [bleep] leg." There you go. I am caring and sensitive. YOU'RE WELCOME, GIMPS AND RETARDS.
Azaria and Hendekea approach the tribal chief, who's magnificently attired in his bright blue robe. I wish I could wear a bright blue robe to work. And slippers. ["I ain't stopping you." -- Sars] They learn that what they are supposed to collect is a chicken. Azaria holds open a mesh bag they've apparently been given, and they drop the chicken in. They receive a clue from the chief that tells them to take a taxi to Bouda Pelegtanga, which Phil says is about 100 miles. So that does make the total lack of funds for the leg a little surprising, given that you have to have enough money for a hundred miles in a cab, so you'd better have something saved. Phil also informs us at this point that "as a sign of respect to the tribal chief," they have to bring the chicken along for the entire leg and turn it in at the pit stop. The chicken is kind of like that friend who needs a ride, and maybe you want to give him a ride and maybe you don't, but you have to, so that makes you resent him a little bit. Just a tiny bit. If you could carry your friend in a bag, actually, you'd be less conflicted. Anyway, apparently, the clue says, "No chicken, no check-in," and everyone knows that's adorable as soon as they hear it. No idea why that's not the episode title. Azaria and Hendekea hop in a taxi. In the cab, he asks her how he can get her to go faster, and she says she's going as fast as she can.