12:45 AM. Here go Rob and Amber. In the lead. Again. The clue instructs them to fly to Lucknow, India, but it's not going to be a simple process. Phil explains that this 5,000-mile trip will end at a religious palace, and that in keeping with the weird way this season has been planned, they've been assigned tickets to Mumbai, and only have to book their own tickets from Mumbai to Lucknow. And before that, they'll have to sign up for a charter flight to Francistown, Botswana that will depart in the morning. Rob and Amber seem fascinated but wary about the prospect of going to India, which is probably about right if they've seen the show before. They note that they've been given $125 for the leg. As they head for the signup sheet for the charter, Rob voices over that with five teams left, it will start to get more difficult. "You've got five teams left now, and they're all really strong teams. One little mistake could be the end of you." And he needs to stop channeling Ralph Macchio with that bandana tied around his head, but it's good to see him showing flashes of humility. They sign up for the morning charter.
12:46 AM. Ron and Kelly. As they leave the mat, Ron says that they've sat down and talked over their increased tendency to bicker, and that they're working to make things "more smooth." Kelly points out that all couples have "little spats" -- and really, who hasn't excoriated her boyfriend over imagined profane tirades at some point or another? -- and says that they both need to "work on communicating better." Because it's not really mean to call your boyfriend a piece of trash; it's vague. Better communication, Kelly! Use your words!
2:08 AM. Uchenna and Joyce. They are predictably happy at the thought of going to India, and off the mat, he comments quite correctly that they've "found a groove" where they're working well together. They sign up for the charter, and then as they head out, she lightly comments, "Walkin' in the rain with the one I love." "That's nice to hear you say that," he says appreciatively. Damn. Yeah, they definitely need to work on that relationship. You have to pity them, really. It's a wonder they're still together.