We then get a little sequence of the racers having their first experience with India traffic, which is always a reality check for new arrivals. Although I've seen it much worse than we're seeing it here (on the show, I mean; I've never actually been there). Nick and Starr still appear to be on a main road, where cars are moving along rather quickly. She comments about the preponderance of cars here, as opposed to motorcycles in Cambodia. Oh, and what's that strolling along the median? Well, that would be one of those widely known bovine-Indians we've heard so much about. Both Ken|Tina and Toni|Dallas notice and comment on the cow from their separate cabs. The Frat Boys, wouldn't you know it, have somehow hit rush-hour traffic that nobody else is hitting, and are wilting in the heat as well. Team Divorced passes an entire herd of cows on the shoulder, as Christy suddenly remembers that cows are sacred here, hence the expression. "I guess they're not worried about getting hit," she remarks. See what they mean about being fast learners? Nick and Starr are still moving along quickly, but traffic seems to be tightening for Ken and Tina. Not that this is slowing their driver down, as he appears to be riding someone's bumper at a pretty nervous-making clip. "This is a crazy time to be hitting the downtown area of New Delhi," Tina says, probably because she's more accustomed to hitting it during the late-morning lull. Their cab pulls up next to that of Toni|Dallas, and the teams have a brief conversation through their open windows about their doubts as to whether their respective drivers know where they're going. The Frat Boys seem much more confident in their driver, but Ken and Tina's has stopped for directions. Tina insists that the place is right down the street they're on, but Ken wants to continue talking to the small crowd of locals who have gathered around their taxi. That's going to be a pattern in this episode, if not in India in general; you never have to ask just one person anything. He interviews that Tina always thinks she's right, and they need to have more "give and take." As they get going again, Tina reminds him that he was wasting time, since she already knew where they were going. Well, if that's the case, they should get there pretty soon, then, right?
In a busy urban area characterized by tangled streets and alleys, Nick and Starr have their driver pull over so they can ask a uniformed soldier for directions to Moonlight Motors. He tells them they're already there. This is why you should never hesitate to stop and ask. They get out and start jogging. The arriving Frat Boys spot them, but by the time they can get out, Nick and Starr have already gotten their clue for the upcoming Road Block. "Who's got an artistic flair? I do," says Starr.