Gary and Matt's driver has brought them to the King's Palace, as has Brian and Ericka's. The bad news is that it's the wrong place, but the good news is that it's closed, so they don't waste a lot of time there. They rush back, and Brian tells their driver that they need to get to a place where Jackie Kennedy stayed. He's worried that they're in last place now. He's giving some other teams too much credit.
Justin asks Terry if it would be bad karma to send the other teams to the wrong place. Terry laughs and says it would be. "He likes it, though," Justin points out. But as we will see later, karma is not to be mocked. They pull up to the Russian Market, and with the help of Terry, who has accompanied them into the giant rabbit-warren of stalls, get themselves pointed in the right direction. "This is bigger than I thought, Zevvie," Justin says. Dude, it still beats hawking motorcycle helmets in bulk.
Sam and Dan reach the hotel next and get their Detour clue in second place. On their way out, they encounter the arriving Globetrotters, Mika|Canaan, and Meghan|Cheyne, claiming they didn't find it and of course not fooling anyone. They're also going to the Russian Market for the "Wrap" Detour. As are the three teams right behind them.
Zev and Justin have found the right stall, and are handed a purple scarf so they can begin their search for the woman wearing its twin. "This could take a while," Justin says. Even with Terry along? Seems like it could go fifty percent faster.
Team Inside Straight has their rickshaw driver wait as they go inside the hotel and get their clue. Maria reads the asking price for the helmets and says, "That's a lot of money for them." Especially for people willing to ride four on a bike. So, "Wrap" it is.
Zev and Justin continue their search. Lance and Keri arrive at the hotel, Lance hollering randomly as always. Gary|Matt and Brian|Ericka are right there with them, until they get lost in the hotel and the other two teams don't. Slick. The other two teams pick Wrap, and now that Lance and Keri have finally found their clue in last place, they ask some passing random back-office hotel employee if it's easy to sell helmets to families. He's like, "Yeah, whatever, I'm working," so they head off to do "Cover." Thank you, passing random back-office hotel employee! I owe you a solid.