At the sad scene of the Pointies' breakdown, Rob is asking the driver they've been following to please wait while their replacement car is sent for. Phil, for the second time this season related specifically to this team, explains about bad cars and free replacement cars and the lack of a time credit. Rob and Kim indeed get their new car -- or their new old car -- and they finally get on their way, not having been passed by the *wins and *lyns.
Speaking of the trailing teams, once Lyn and Erwin have both gotten their directions, they get back in the car, but not before Lyn tells Erwin to ask Godwin why he's driving so slow. Erwin does ask, and Godwin answers, "I don't know." I don't know about you guys, but I'll bet it's something having to do with integrity.
We briefly check on the Pointies, who aren't particularly loving their new car, either. Rob notes that the clutch isn't very cooperative, but Kimberly soothingly says that the car is working, so they need to "just go." She handled that pretty well, actually, but he still smacks the steering wheel in frustration. You can't have everything. I kind of envision the car with a cartoon face, though. Crying. It's doing its best!
The BQs and A(AM!)s are still following their guide as they head into Kiev. The guy finally pulls up and stops, indicating that they're at the building they need, and indeed, they see the number "3" on the building. Now that they're at the address "3," they need Apartment 33, so both teams hop out of their cars. They run into the complex and up a set of stairs, and before long, the BQs are at the door, with the boys just behind. They knock, and an older lady opens the door. She hands them their clue. As they're about to leave, Dustin is for some reason overwhelmed to the point where she goes back and hugs this poor lady who just wanted to hand out the clues. Now, she will have to wipe off the hair spray. When both teams have their clues, they head back down the stairs and open them. The clue instructs them to choose between Make The Music and Find The Music. In Make The Music, you travel three miles to a hip-hop club (oh, no) and join the "underground rap movement" (oh, NO) by composing and performing your own rap in which you have to name all the countries you've visited. Good Lord. I have to say, with all the times I've watched this show, I've never thought to myself, "Damn, I wish it had more rapping." The city's "top rap artist" will judge and approve your rap (no idea what standards would be applied to that), and then you'll get your clue. In Find The Music, you travel 2.5 miles to the National Music Academy, where you search through a billion pieces of sheet music (approximately) for the piano part to Tchaikovsky's Concert Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra. Then you search among 120 practice rooms for one of six pianists, who will then play the music while you stand there, all, "Doesn't it say accelerando?" When it's over, you're done and you can leave.