Zev's doing this for Team Asperger's, and they head over to what looks like a carnival setting. Although we skip a wrong turn they make that will ultimately prove significant, for reasons that will become apparent later. For now, Justin is just excited about this Road Block. "Everybody who knows Zev would like to see him wear a tail and a mask pretty much at all times," he interviews. Whatever that means. Zev watches his monkey master demonstrate his first move, which is to walk crouched along a low, narrow log, going hand-over-hand at the same time as though the log is a railing that just happens to be flat on the ground. Zev pulls that off easily enough, and one of the three little ovals in a "Monkey Maneuvers" box at the bottom of the screen goes green, to the sound of celebratory bongo drums. Then Zev has to walk on top of the log for its full length, his wrists crossed in front of him. That also goes well. These two are unstoppable today! What will it take to make them lose the lead?
Brian|Ericka and Gary|Matt are arriving at the Russian Market, and Lance and Keri have found their helmet stand. They each take a pair of helmets -- two for adults and two for children -- and start wandering up the busy streets. "Helmets! Family of four?" Keri brays. Is she expecting a family of four to be waiting there, planted by the production? I'd hate to think she's one of those conspiracy-minded people.
At the Russian Market, the Globetrotters encounter Mika and Canaan, who are getting annoyed with each other. "I'm looking at every woman," Canaan assures her. I'm sure he is. Cheyne interviews about how difficult the task was, with the long, narrow lanes between stalls and everything. Indeed, the aisles seem to be almost exactly the width of a fully-laden Globetrotter. Brian and Ericka find the scarf stall, with help from a passing Cheyne, and they seem to spot a woman wearing a copy of their red scarf almost the moment they're handed it. So now they're suddenly in third place. "How in the world did I spot that?" Brian wonders. The Globetrotters try to pick up their pace, and are soon rewarded when Big Easy catches an older woman wearing their scarf. "She tried to run from me. That's cold-blooded," Big Easy says as he leads her back toward the scarf stall.
Maria and Tiffany seem to have finally gotten to the Market, but Maria is wanting to spend a lot of time asking their driver if he's sure they're at the right place, until Tiffany drags her away. Flight Time and Big Easy get their clue in fourth place, and one of them nearly squishes their scarf lady with his backpack as they head out at a run, with their Pennsylvanian tourists now leading them toward the Road Block.