Over at the orphanage, a lot of teams are arriving at about the same time: Justin and Jennifer in fifth, Jeremy & Sandy in fifth, and Amani & Marcus in seventh. And not a one of them notices the sign.
Liz and Marie are the second team to reach the mat, and Phil tells them to go back to leave all their money at the orphanage. They don't seem entirely surprised, but they get pretty flustered in a hurry as they start racewalking back. Laurence and Zac get to the orphanage and hand over their money -- all of it. Laurence looks at the medallion and says something as though he can read it out loud, which seems unlikely given that his earlier pronunciation of "Yogyakarta." Kaylani and Lisa show up at the orphanage right after they leave, and also follow the instructions completely. So that's three teams who did it right, and two of them are ones I wouldn't have expected. Perhaps this was a bit unnecessarily confusing?
Bill and Cathi are the third team to arrive, but since they still have their cash, they have to head back as well. "Dammit, this sucks," Bill says, which is a bit shocking from a guy whose earlier version of an angry tirade was literally "Blah blah blah!" Ethan and Jenna have found their way back to the site of the Detour and found the clue next to their discarded costumes. Ethan over-enunciates a plea for their cabbie to hurry and tells Jenna, "We need to bring the clues with us, hon," and lectures her on the proper use of an Amazing Purse. "I didn't do it on purpose," she informs him. At least she isn't still trying to blame him for misplacing it.
Phil tells Andy and Tommy that they're the fourth team to arrive. But there's that magical "however" of the teams that preceded them failing to follow directions, so that makes them team number one, and the winners of a trip to Ireland. Where they will no doubt read every sign they see.
Ernie and Cindy are still running back, Cindy huffing an inhaler and cursing herself, "I'm such a nerd, gosh!" Well, she certainly curses like a nerd. The subtitle "Second trip to the orphanage" appears as they return and hand over all their cash, in rather more of a hurry this time. Running back, she tells Ernie she's sorry, but he says it's okay and they still have a shot to stay in the game. Wait, can't he read too?
Bill and Ron are not only finished with the dancing, they've collected 38,000. "I think that's the most I've ever made with my moneymaker," Bill says. Over the subtitle reminding us that they're in last place, he tells Ron, "If we're going out today, baby, we're going out in style." Off to the orphanage, which is all about style.