Dan and Andrew have found a busier street but no taxis, so they decide to circle back. Nick and Starr, meanwhile, have already secured a ride. I hope the Frat Boys enjoyed their second brief lead in six legs of the race.
Dallas calls his mom over to finish one last spot of her taxi, and they've earned their clue. They grab their bags, and are out of there in third, as Dallas hopes to catch somebody or at least not come in last. He's lucky that Toni looks too exhausted to smack him.
Kelly is still painting, but Ken's about done. Tina calls for a painter to verify, and Ken kind of offends her by bellowing for one, but they've gotten their clue, so they're off in fourth, looking for the same taxi they took here, who presumably left his meter running. Of course Terence reports their departure to Sarah, who wonders, "How'd he finish?" without looking up from her work. Ken and Tina find their cab, as he says, "Our taxi driver did a great job of waiting for us." "Yes he did, bless his heart," Tina agrees. Indeed, their taxi driver is at his best when he is not driving the taxi.
Finally, Andrew and Dan have found a cab and are en route to one of the Ambassador Hotels. Andrew's got a green smear of paint around his mouth, which makes him look like he just blew a leprechaun. Back at the lot, Terence is still trying to rush Sarah along, and she says, "You're killing me, babe. Seriously killing me." She runs out of paint in her spray gun, just as Kelly seems to be finishing up. As Team Divorced leaves with Kelly sporting a few fresh green streaks on her acres of exposed skin, Terence tells Sarah, "Every team has left here but us. We are the last team here." He gives her some more coaching. "Not so high. I think only to here. We're going to be eliminated." Wow, that came out of nowhere.
Nick and Starr are the first to find the doorman at the Ambassador Hotel, and they give him a synchronized, "Thank you so much." The clue he's given them is a Detour: "Launder Money" or "Launder Clothes." Phil explains that for the first of the two options, the teams need to get to Prakash Banquet Hall, where they will need to "create a necklace decorated with Indian money, known as rupees." The long, gold, ornate necklace is already supplied, but they'll need to attach to it exactly ten rupee notes that total 780 rupees, which they'll have to get by finding people to give them change for their own money. Sounds complicated already, but then they have to take the necklace through a wild reception crowd to find a groom to swap it for their next clue. At least it shouldn't put too big a dent in their Amazing Purses, since 780 rupees is currently less than 17 U.S. dollars. "Launder Clothes" seems much less demanding. That's because they have to get to an Indian laundry, a walled-in, open-air space about the size of a city block, where we see people doing manually demanding tasks like standing knee-deep in cisterns to wash clothes and then whacking them dry-ish on flat stones. Fortunately for the racers, they don't have to do any of that. They just have to use a big old Monopoly iron that's been filled with actual burning charcoal to press a pile of clothes. When their work has met the standards of the laundry woman who will be standing sternly over them the whole time, she'll give them the next clue.