Sarah is next to finish the puzzle, and Peter carts it off, with Sarah following, to learn what it says. Rob explains to Kimberly, not too obnoxiously, that another team just got finished. You can tell she feels a lot of pressure. Kandice, Karlyn, and Erwin are still solving. Peter and Sarah get directions that involve turning at the Grand Mosque. Finally, Kimberly finishes with the puzzle. When they get their directions, she's thinking the guy is saying Grand Mask, and he looks amused, though that could be a bit of an editing trick. In the car, she starts telling Rob about turning at Grand Mask, and Rob tells her it's a mosque, dummy. (He doesn't say "dummy," but he thinks it.) They throw in the same "boing-oing-oing" noise that they used for her "homeless cow" thing last week, so somebody who chooses sound effects does not like Kimberly. I think the effect is supposed to be the sound of the springs in her brain failing. Wait, that is a sound effect, right?
Karlyn finishes the puzzle, then Kandice, so they're looking for help at just about the same time. Karlyn tells the man she's talking to not to talk to the BQs, who are approaching fast. When the *lyns already have their directions, Karlyn tries to hustle their local off and tell him not to help. She goes so far as to not only push the local guy with a hand on his back (NO), but also push away Dustin with her hand (NO). It's not like it's violent or anything, but it is rude, and it is pretty ridiculous to think that you're going to bodily restrict people from helping other teams when you've already gotten your directions. Bad touch, Karlyn! Predictably, when the *lyns are gone, one of the two guys who was walking along agrees to help out the BQs. Believe it or not, one of the *lyns is muttering "That's not fair," as if once they ask someone for directions, the BQs have to find someone else to ask directions. I think Karlyn is aware of some mysterious intellectual property principle that hasn't made its way to me yet. There is also muttering about how the BQs should "learn to run their own race." As opposed to... asking for directions like babies? It probably goes without saying, but I think "run your own race" would be far more easily applied to not wasting time trying to impede other teams by body-checking the locals. That's just downright silly.