It's sending them to the next Pit Stop, a place called Parc Elizabeth. It looks like a lovely place with a high gazebo, and Phil's there saying that the park's "symmetrical shape represents the royal monogram of Leopold the Second, and it is now the Pit Stop for this leg of the race. The last team to check in here may be eliminated." That all makes sense, except for the part where LtS is symmetrical. Amani and Marcus run from the stage, screaming happily. The snowboarders are giving it another try, while Team Control's instructor tells them to watch them and not do it so slowly. Amani and Marcus come rushing out of the venue, fully dressed again and looking for their cabdriver, Martin. They soon find him, but unfortunately he doesn't know where Parc Elizabeth is. Inside, Bill and Cathi are waiting to go on, and Bill is just now realizing they'll be on a stage. He doesn't seem happy about it, either. Andy and Tommy limp to the finish of their routine, ending on two different poses, and get a 2, a 2, and a 1. In the wings, Ernie thinks the snowboarders' failure could be their chance to get ahead.
Amani and Marcus, meanwhile, who finished the task minutes ago, haven't even gotten away from the building. They have someone in an office checking the internet for directions for them. Ernie and Cindy are back onstage, and really making a lot of faces as they go through the routine this time. Ernie interviews about one guy in the audience he locked eyes with: "I think at that point he was a little intimidated," he deadpans. They finish up and get a big round of applause from the audience, as well as three fours from the judges, so they're done. High fives all around. They get their clue in second place from the judges' table while Amani is still waiting for her directions. It would be embarrassing if they got passed now.
Bill and Cathi are taking their turn, and the judges are actually looking annoyed with their performance. And in fact, the grandparents only get three points total. But like all the other team, they receive some constructive criticism. "Learn the routine more," one judge says. "Try to hit the poses," another says. "Try to be less embarrassingly sucky," they all barely prevent themselves from saying. Amani and Marcus finally have their directions and run back out to their cab. Once they're underway at last, Marcus says, "I haven't been that nervous since I was in the principal's office in third grade." Ernie and Cindy are back to their cab, and their driver does know where Parc Elizabeth is, so this could be close. Jeremy and Sandy do their posedown and perform so well they earn two fours and a five, for the highest total score yet. Finally, something they're the best at.