Nick and Don choose to Shake Their Pan, and Don tells us he's actually done some mining. I think he's just making stuff up now. Chris looks at her dad seriously and says, "You're really good at shaking your booty." With a hernia? Oh, Chris. "My dad is a wild dancer," she interviews. "Smile the whole time," she tells him as they walk to the dance area. He repeats this to himself, undoubtedly thinking about how the hernia may affect his ability to smile.
TK and Rachel look at the dance, decide it's "too hard," and decide to Shake Their Pan. Seriously? Dudes. Come on. As Azaria and Hendekea go to dance, TK and Rachel seek the mining, where Nick and Don already are. Nick asks Don to go down in the pit because of his shoes, and I'm not sure what it is about the shoes, but apparently Nick thinks they're better than his for mining. Old-man shoes to the rescue!
Azaria and Hendekea dance. They do some of what Nate and Jen did, but at least they seem to have a pattern of moving the dance around the space, rather than merely standing still and stomping. They get the pass from the judges, so they're allowed to leave. As they run off, Azaria actually jumps up and clicks his heels, which is pretty cool. Not as cool as Sars doing it in her tomato costume, but still. Nate and Jen have about five minutes left on their penalty, so they're pretty bummed. The clue Azaria and Hendekea receive tells them to go on foot to the Pelegtanga Market, where they'll find another clue box. The clue adds something: "Caution: U-Turn Ahead."
So now Phil explains the U-Turn. A U-Turn is found at the end of a Detour, and it works like a Yield, except that instead of waiting out an hourglass, the U-Turned team has to go back and complete the other option (Phil calls it the other "side") in the Detour. So here, if you pick the dancing, for instance, then when you're done and you get to the U-Turn, it will tell you that you have to go back and also do the mining before you can continue. I will tell you, this is an idea that the EEFPs have been kicking around for many seasons, so if one of them doesn't get the TM on it, it's a real shame. As with a Yield, each team can only do it once, and there are only two on the race.
Kynt and Vyxsin decide, in the great tradition of Goths engaging in joyous, unrestrained dancing, to Shake Their Booty(s). Meanwhile, Nate and Jen's penalty runs out, so they can go. As they leave, Jen talks about how much static she's going to get "from the dancing world" (?) when she returns, over the fact that she screwed up a dancing challenge. Somehow, I think the "dancing world" has bigger things going on just speculating about who Julianne Hough is dating.