At the travel agency, Nick and Starr are being informed that the earliest they'll be able to get into Delhi is at 4:15 the next day. With a 2000-mile flight landing over 16 hours from now, clearly everyone is going to have time to make the same flight, provided there are enough seats. And indeed, as Toni and Dallas walk into the agency, he greets Starr with a corny "Long time no see" while Toni directly tells the agents, "We want the same as them." Dallas also asks an agent if they can use the Internet terminals there, and Starr likes the idea of doing some web research too. And she probably doesn't even know about certain pictures of Dallas that I've heard can be found there.
Ken and Tina leave at 11:53, and Ken interviews about how they've got some baggage they need to set aside. Well, to say the least. The Amazing Race isn't the place for extra baggage. "We've had our moments," Ken interviews, "but for us to have an enduring relationship it's got to start moving forward and moving forward quickly." I'm never entirely sure if he's talking about the marriage or the race.
Kelly and Christy are leaving at 11:59. In an interview, Christy says she's had more fun traveling with Kelly than she ever did with her ex-husband. Which, presumably, is part of the reason he's her ex-husband. "There's no way, if I was still married, that I would be on The Amazing Race with Kelly. I love that things happen for a reason." I just hope the finish line isn't anywhere near the Grand Canyon, or that they have to drive to it in a 1966 Thunderbird convertible. For now, in the tuk-tuk, they're confident that they'll be able to learn a lot, and quickly, in India.
Dallas is way ahead of them on that score, as we learn what his advance Internet research has already taught him: "India's big, man." He's shaping up into a regular geographical savant, isn't he? Ken and Tina join the crowd in the travel agency, and Tina assigns Ken to look up their destination in Delhi while she handles the plane tickets. I can tell him right now that if he Googles "moonlight motors delhi" he's going to get nothing but a bunch of Amazing Race pages.
Terence and Sarah leave at 12:05 a.m., because even though they reached the Pit Stop just behind Toni and Dallas, they had that thirty-minute speeding penalty imposed as well. Which has pushed them back to fifth place. About that, Sarah interviews what they've learned: "We are very vulnerable to little mistakes. We need to run the race as smartly as we can and iron out the kinks between us." Did someone say "Iron?" Sarah asks their tuk-tuk driver if he knows where they're going. "I know everything," he responds. Sarah likes their driver's confidence, and takes it at face value, without bothering to question whether he can back up the grandiose claims he's making. I'm beginning to understand how she ended up with Terence.