Cara and Jaime are ready to try the dance with each other, as their instructor-couple watch and give non-verbal tips throughout. In VO, Cara explains that they met as Miami Dolphins cheerleaders. "Having experience with choreography, we are very trained to do exactly what we are taught down to the T." It'll be embarrassing if they blow this, then. The woman teaching them is posing them like action figures, and Jaime laughs at the "manhandling," instead of screaming at her for it. Cara should start every leg with an affirmation.
Michael's out on the river, tossing fish in for his birds, while Mark huddles under a blanket on the main raft, yelling advice and looking like an invalid.
Tammy re-explains the calligraphy option for slower viewers, as we see that the sisters have just successfully copied the characters for "Fu Yong Lang." They get a stamp on their card and are sent on their way to find the next station. Tammy and Victor are right behind them, and the four of them run down the path together, just as Luke and Margie are finishing up. Jaime and Cara seem confident that they've mastered the dance, so they head back to the dance floor to try it out. Victor is asking locals for directions to Fu Yong Lang, and they point them off down the path.
Over at the dance floor, while we hear Cara talking about the advantage their cheerleading training afforded them, we see them bumping into another couple. And their teacher giggles at how much they're stinking up the floor. Maybe this is happening because they're ex-NFL cheerleaders, and are used to performing in spaces that are also used for people to crash into each other.
Tammy and Victor, with Kisha and Jen in tow, reach the outdoor shelter with the Fu Yong Lang characters posted on the edge of its roof and babble away in Chinese at the calligrapher waiting there. "Yeah, whatever they said," Jen agrees, apparently without moving her lips. Much has been made of Tammy and Victor's advantage with the language here, but if Jen can really communicate telepathically, that's an even bigger deal to me.
Jaime and Cara finish their dance, but the judges shake their heads. The dancers laugh, as the expression goes, which of course pisses Jaime off. "They think it's hilarious, but we're in a race and they're laughing." Do you hear that, locals? Laugh faster!
At the second calligraphy station, Tammy and Victor finish first, and suck up to the calligrapher on their way out. Luke and Margie are right behind them, followed by the sisters. By now, Victor is already asking someone for directions to Wang Peng Yun Tong Xiang, and everyone follows them. This park is huge. Elsewhere, the cheerleaders are having another crack at the dance, counting to each other out loud as they go. "Just walk over them, I don't care," Jaime says when she backs Cara into another couple. Charming. "We're ticking people off with our dancing," Cara says. Yes, including the judges.