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.
The BQs decide to rap. Wow. The guys do not want to rap, so they choose the Tchaikovsky. As both teams leave and the BQs reveal that they'll be rapping, Tyler is like, "Oh my God," and... me too. The guys stop and immediately ask someone how to get to the Academy, while the BQs randomly drive away, so determined are they to get away from Tyler and James that they don't even care where they're going. The boys seem to have some directions, so they're in their car and on the way as well.
And now, *lyns and *wins. The *wins are still leading, and the *lyns are still following, but it kind of looks like nobody is happy. And the *lyns are about to be even more unhappy, because Erwin is mentioning that they'll need more "local help" to find the address once they get into the city. So once again, the *wins are pulling into a gas station, and once again, the *lyns are complaining. I'm not sure, of course, how they expected to find the local address once they got to the city. In an interview, Karlyn complains again that it "didn't make any sense" to be stopping "every five minutes" for directions. But the teams do in fact get directions, and they do get going again. I think that was actually one of the more sensible instances of stopping to ask directions, all things considered.
The BQs decide that the best way to find the club they're looking for is to find some "young people that look like rappers." So, of course, they stop a young white woman who looks like she works at an advertising agency. She does, however, know the location of the club, or so it appears. Tyler and James are busy talking about how they really want first place, and they really don't want the BQs to get three first-place finishes in a row.