Tammy and Victor introduce themselves to the third calligrapher: "We are foreign born, Chinese from America. If we don't win, our parents will cry themselves to death." Victor soon finishes writing "Yang Qiao Xia Mien," and shows it to the judge. He gives it a glance, then turns to see the work Kisha's holding out, but Tammy and Victor say, "Us first, us first." So that's their third stamp, and all six racers head to the last station.
Michael gets his bird to deliver the tenth fish, and they return to shore, planning to catch up. "That was a very unusual task, but very cool," Michael post-mortems in the cab to the Ancient South Gate. I'm glad it was Michael who did that task, so we didn't have to hear Mark telling us how awesome he did.
Jaime and Cara finish the dance again, and the female judge shakes her head and says, "No." "Huh?" Jaime says flatly, like that's the wrong answer. "Well, what is the problem?" she demands. "Do you speak any English whatsoever? Anyone speak any English?" Jaime, did you not hear her say no? That's English, among a few other languages. We go to commercial on Jaime making a frustrated lizard-face. After the ads, they're still not getting any constructive feedback, so they decide to leave. It's Cara who wants to go, but it's Jaime who snits, "Goodbye," just so everyone knows that she's not only leaving, she's mad about it, too.
It's actually Jen and Kisha who get everyone pointed in the right direction to the fourth calligraphy station, which is in a tunnel. This park is bigger than the city it's in.
Jaime and Cara decide to quit looking for calligraphy when they decide to give it another try, but this time they plan to keep going until the music stops. Mark and Michael are happy with their cabbie's confidence level about their destination, probably because they don't yet realize that the size of the place would make it impossible to miss anyway. And at calligraphy station four, Victor says, "Teacher, look, I'm done. Just give us our fourth stamp." They have to repeat it a couple of times, but soon they have their next clue, in the form of a small scroll. They step away from the others to unroll it, revealing an ink drawing of a pair of pagodas and the words, "Travel by foot to the next Pit Stop."