Team Austin gets to the bullfighting arena, where a brass band is playing a march, because the show hadn't put enough local musicians to work yet. Trey & Lexi run to the tunnel where the bull costumes are waiting and Lexi takes the front end while Trey occupies the rear, his head sticking out of the back just in front of the bull's tail so he can see in front of them and tell Lexi where to go. Because with that headpiece on, Lexi can't see a damn thing. They slowly circle the first eight matadors successfully with Trey shouting directions, right up until he tells her to "run into this guy" that represents the ninth target. There's still about 45 seconds on the clock in the background and somehow she misses the bulls-eye and they both crash right over the whole rig at top speed. "I just, like, sliced the crap out of my finger," she cries and they walk off while all the matadors and picadors and toreadors and what not stand around wondering if they're supposed to be treating this is an actual injury. I mean, they've seen dudes gored, you know? But coming back from the ads, Lexi's still crying like she's never been hut before, freaking out about her fingernail being blue. Walk it off, cheerleader.
Josh & Brent are in the caves, shushing each other and soon finding the musicians. They get the Detour clue in third place and decide to do Spin It. Where the Chippendales are at work, joking about how they like to do windmill repair in their downtime. "We're a full-service agency," James says. "Multidimensional," Jaymes agrees. They seem to have both their blades attached and after Jaymes asks the repairman, "Esta bien? (Is it good?)" they descend back to ground level and take a clue envelope from where it's been impaled on the point of Quixote's lance. That's the very weapon that used to be aimed at windmills, not used to reward those who repair them. Don Quixote totally sold out, man. He used to stand for something, but now he's in the pocket of Big Wind just like everyone else. Anyway, the Chippendales are in first place as the next clue sends them to the Pit Stop, which Phil says is a 14th century fortress, "Castell de Bellver, which means The Castle With The Lovely View." Yeah, the name sounds a little more prosaic in English, I'm afraid. Might as well call it The Castle That's The Size Of A Small Town, because that would also apply. He adds that it was originally a royal residence, but was a prison for more than 200 years. "The last team to check in here may be eliminated." But at least they'll have a lovely view when it happens.