Morning dawns at the Siem Reap International Airport, and all six teams walk out onto the tarmac to board the same Bangkok Air flight. "All teams are now on their way to Delhi, India," says Phil, shocked into brevity by the triumphant return of the Amazing Yellow Line. The plane touches down at Indira Gandhi International, and there's the usual confusion of teams running willy-nilly through the terminal. Except that this time features the added bonus of Team Divorced coming up against a sliding glass door that fails to slide open, flummoxing them. "How do we get out of here?" Christy wonders, peering through the crack between the panes. Awesome. Of course, I'm just assuming it's a door; knowing them, it's entirely possible that it's a glass wall, with huge English letters painted on it just out of the frame, reading "NOT A DOOR" and "THIS IS A WALL" and "KEEP GOING KELLY AND CHRISTY."
Nick and Starr are the first to find taxis, and they direct their driver to Moonlight Motors at 16 DDA. That's the actual address, apparently (which I discovered by Googling "'moonlight motors' delhi -- amazing race'." The tricks you learn being married to a research librarian). "We're the first out of the airport!" Nick says, excitedly patting Starr's thigh. I'm sure his excitement is about being in the lead. Ken and Tina are the second to find a cab, and Tina wants her driver to confirm that he's sure he knows where they're going, which he does. Unfortunately for them, they've waited until they've pulled away before asking. Even more unfortunately, their driver will later turn out to be lying.
Dallas and Toni check with their driver before they get in their cab, and Dallas explains that their driver called someone over for directions, which Dallas decides to take as a good sign. Dan|Andrew are out next.
Nick and Starr talk some shit about Kelly and Christy, specifically the matching spandex booty shorts the divorcees are sporting for their India sojourn. "And they seem totally oblivious," Nick says, adding that he advised them to cover themselves a bit better, whereupon they responded, "Well, it's hot." Maybe Starr should have done them a favor and pushed their shorts off a ledge. Kelly and Christy are shown getting their barely-covered asses into a taxi. And Terence and Sarah are out of the airport in last place, which I'm sure is Terence's fault.