Teri is still looking; Ian is still encouraging.
Eric and Pink, you are team number two. They actually kiss each other, albeit not all that enthusiastically. At least it was a moment of acting like a couple.
Rob and Amber and Charla and Mirna are looking for Playa Larga. Rob and Amber get out first, and they miss the clue box and head down the path. Zither! They note the arrival of Charla and Mirna. Mirna yells to Charla to follow Rob and Amber, who are already figuring out that this is not the right path. As they pass, Charla (it sounds like) yells out, "Did you find it?" And Amber says, almost like it's to herself, "Got it." So, of course, Mirna and Charla try to mooch by running down the path that Rob and Amber are coming back from. Rob mentions that it was helpful that he was holding the previous clue, which undoubtedly created the impression that it was the next clue. In an interview, Amber says she sort of can't believe Mirna and Charla took her word for it that the clue was down the path. Mirna says, as she stands around not finding the clue, "It's not here. Let's go." In an interview, Mirna crows that she knew Amber was obviously lying. Well...you did once you went and looked down there and saw that the clue wasn't there. "As an attorney," Mirna says, "I can tell when somebody's lying." What she has just said is completely contrary to everything I know about (1) her, (2) lawyers, (3) science, and (4) WHAT JUST HAPPENED. She doesn't know when people are lying, lawyers don't know when people are lying, almost no one knows when people are lying, and she just didn't know that Amber was lying. Does she forget about the cameras, do you suppose?
Rob and Amber pull the clue for the post office. "Don't count us out," Rob says in the car. Mirna and Charla get their clue next. What's awesome is that in the car, Mirna is still convincing herself that Amber was lying: "Amber said, 'We got it!' If she got it, where was it? Who does she think she's dealing with here?" I'm just going to...assume that's rhetorical.
Teri finds her letter. She and Ian read it. It's from Flo and Zach! Aw. I miss...him. But I kid Flo! Because seriously, Mirna makes me miss Flo. ["Nothing makes me miss Flo." -- Sars] What I love is how excited Teri is that the letter is from Flo and Zach. She's just openly, transparently fond of them in a way you can't fake, which is very nice to see. You can see enough of the letter to see that it's very affectionate and sweet, and that it says they hope Teri and Ian didn't bring the paper underwear. It promises to recommend "nice wicking fabrics." If Flo did that line, I may have misjudged her. Email me, Flo! Teri beams as she reads the signature line, and then she and Ian get their clue. How did a scene involving Teri AND Ian AND Flo become something that almost made me well up?