Unfortunately, Dustin is horrifically dumb about what to say and what not to say, and in her car, when referring to how the *lyns were being "big pigs" and "taking all the help when they already have their answer," she refers to them as "the sistas." Which... no. You can't do that. No, not even if they use that name themselves, which I certainly haven't heard them do. I doubt there's anything particularly malicious behind it, but it sounds ugly, and you just... can't. Even if it occurs to you to use this reference, you simply have to hear the word "sistas" coming out of your blonde beauty-queen mouth 15 seconds before it happens, and you have to stop yourself in time to say "the ssssss... single moms."
Erwin is finally finished, so he and Godwin can get going. They waylay a fellow who helps them figure out where they're going. They get extra-lucky when, after getting the name of the street they need to find, they encounter a police officer who is kind enough to take them. Nothing like a police escort. Not only that, but the police escort they have is running his siren the entire time. You know what helps when you're trying to get somewhere? A police officer. With a siren.
Tyler and James spot the mosque, and then they spot the left turn onto Souk Al-Gharabally. They start to search the stalls for the marked bead shop. Elsewhere, Sarah is not doing as well. "This map sucks," she says unhappily. Peter is bummed that they're having problems after the puzzle went so well. Rob and Kimberly are doing a little better, because Kimberly has spotted "that church." Also known as the mosque. Rob corrects her. She's like, "whatever." Heh. Meanwhile, the *wins get led to the right street, and Peter and Sarah find what they at least hope is it. What you have here is everybody converging on the street where the shop is, and James and Tyler -- who got there first -- are also the first to locate the right shop.
When they get the clue, it's a Detour, and you have to choose between Manual and Automatic. In Manual, you drive yourself to an area where you find a feedlot and fill ten 110-pound bags up to a line. Then they carry them over to a pallet and stack them. In Automatic, you drive yourself to the Kuwait Camel Racing Club, and you attach a robot jockey to a camel. No, really. You see, the way they do the camel races now, they strap on a robot that you run with a remote control, which thwaps the camel with a little strap. Apparently, this is something that was invented because using little children as jockeys didn't go over very well with stick-in-the-mud human-rights types. At any rate, you drive your camel down a course of about 140 yards, and then you're done. Tyler and James decide to "stick with [their] muscles" and do Manual.