Peter and Sarah are so desperately lost that he is laughing maniacally about it. I'm really looking forward to the transformation of Peter from Regular Weird to Psychotic Weird. Sarah tells him that she's not sure they're entirely out of it, and then out of nowhere, Peter spots a yellow and red arrow pointing off the road. Yes, they have stumbled onto a race arrow, entirely by accident. "Wow, we're still in it!" he says happily. "I'm so glad I saw that," he self-congratulates. He is already envisioning the speech later in which he will explain how he saved their asses after Sarah did such a poor job with the navigating.
Tyler and James declare that they are "going in the biggest circles around Kuwait City." I would think that all these "Ring Roads" would do that to you. Not a good day for them, navigation-wise. I wonder if they can use anything they learned from addiction in solving this problem. Maybe if they make amends to a guy at a gas station.
Commercials. I have to say, if you have demon lampshades in your house, it's no wonder you can't sleep.
When we return, James and Tyler are still in despair. Meanwhile, Peter and Sarah's happiness over the arrow they stumbled on doesn't last when they realize that what they have accidentally found is the already-taken Fast Forward. Ha! Serves you right, ass. They declare that they're done looking for the camels, so they're going to look for the feedbags.
Tyler and James get actual directions. Directions toward the camel-racing! Directions that include the expression "up there," as if they're near it! Oh, happy day! Seriously, I think I've been watching these guys drive around since dirt was invented, and I am ready for a change.
The *wins, who have no idea where anyone else is, obviously, finish with the feedbags and, not realizing that they're in fourth place, leave for the pit stop feeling rather gloomy. "If we're going to go out, at least we went out in style," one of them remarks. I don't know if they said anything along here about how at least they'll go out with their integrity intact, but I'm going to assume they didn't and give them a big thank-you for not trying to turn their possible Philimination into a morality play.
Rob and Kimberly are a bit lost looking for the water tower, but Dustin and Kandice are not.
And now, camels beaten by robots! The *lyns yell into their walkie-talkie and drive their camel down the track. It looks like this is not a hard task once you find it, and they are quickly on their way to the pit stop. I think the point of that task is pretty much exclusively that robots and camels are cool, and nobody doesn't like robots and camels. Even better? Robot camels. Maybe next week.