Mark and Michael get dropped off, and Mark gives their cabbie the money he has plus some item of jewelry. "Very expensive, lots of money," he claims. Ignoring the ominous soundtrack, the cabbie shakes their hands and goes away happy, and then the Stuntmen are running onto the grounds and onto the mat with their packs. The Amazing Editors didn't even try to make that a suspenseful ending, and we're about to find out why. "Mark and Michael, you're the fourth team to arrive," Phil says. They hug and giggle, once again missing Phil's subtle verbal cues. Because here comes another dreaded "However." "I understand that you broke a Race rule?" They look up at him in confusion and not a little bit of what now? Even I don't know what Phil's talking about. "By using your personal possessions to settle a bill? Is that correct?" he asks. They admit it. Wow, even I didn't know that was a rule, and I clearly know more about the rules of this Race than Michael and Mark do. Phil tells them that's a two-hour penalty. Whoa, really? Seriously? Now, the Stuntmen aren't my favorite team, and I wouldn't have minded seeing them go a long time ago, but this just seems arbitrary and punitive. How is paying a bill with possessions four times worse than interfering with other teams, or missing the rule about not being led to a clue box, like they did last week? What's more, since they did it twice, Phil tells them they have a total penalty of four hours, starting right now. So go sit over there. He can't even give them a book or something? As they trudge away from the mat, they don't think much of their chances of surviving this. I'm not normally in the mood to defend the Stuntmen, but this right here? Is bullshit.
They're still lounging on the grass not thirty feet away when the sisters finally make it to the mat. "Kisha and Jen?" Phil says. "We're the last team to arrive," Jen finishes. Somehow, Phil resists the temptation to agree with her followed by a "However." Instead, he simply says, "You're actually the fourth team to arrive." Jen covers her face in her hands and stands there crying roughly forever. Since she's clearly useless for a mat interview in this state, Phil asks Kisha if she thought they were out, and she says they did. In a post-leg interview, Jen talks about leaving their fate up to God and says, "Okay, we're meant to be here."