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.
And walking through a lot filled with yellow-and-gray mini-taxis (basically tuk-tuks with a metal shell around both driver and passenger seats), Phil says that the Road Block player will "help India's taxi industry go green -- literally." He explains that they'll have to paint over the gray (although he calls it black) part of a taxi with green paint to show that they've been converted to run on natural gas, a conversion which I'm sure will eliminate Delhi's pollution issues any day now. "But before they can paint, they'll have to mask the yellow exterior and interior with newspaper. Once they're done painting, they'll get their next clue." Oh, and I said "lot" at the beginning of the paragraph, but that's being generous. It's really just a wide alley surrounded by buildings on all sides, packed with taxis scattered about willy-nilly like M. Edium's Cars toys in his play room.Only somewhat larger.
The sun's getting low in the sky, and the Siblings are already going through Starr's supplies preparatory to her getting started on work. Andrew and Dan arrive, and Andrew's taking it for the Frat Boys. While he and Starr are busy masking, Nick invites Dan over to look at another cab with him. Dan says, "It feels great to be one-two with these guys. They're great people, and we don't feel intimidated by them." I suspect that it felt even better to have Nick pay attention to him and call him "buddy." Although "buddy" isn't always a straight-up compliment coming from Nick, as we see him helpfully call over to Andrew, who's already wearing his filter mask, "You don't need that until you start spray-painting, buddy." I guess the Frat Boys aren't harboring any ill will against Nick for abandoning Andrew back in Brazil during the second leg. Maybe they should; it might speed them up a little, as it seems to be doing for Team Divorced.
Ken and Tina are still lost, as are the divorcees and Terence and Sarah, as the sky begins to darken. Yikes. India legs have a tendency to be particularly challenging as it is. Having to run one at night must make it even more difficult. Is that why the teams had to get their passage from Cambodia at a designated travel agency, so the production could control when they arrived and make sure most of this leg took place after dark? I'm sure someone somewhere has researched it, but I don't have time to look into it right now. Terence spots Team Divorced in their pulled-over cab, and hollers out to them to ask whether they found anything. They're glad to at least be no more lost than one other team.