Zev is the one who spots the shopper wearing the scarf that matches the one they're holding. They pretty much grab her and steer her back to the stall where they got their scarf, and trade her for their next clue, still in the lead. This is the best leg they've ever had. Now, according to the clue, they're off to a place called Wat Toul Tom Pong, and the clue specifies that they'll have to get there on foot. But what about Terry and his cab? Justin's got that figured out: They have Terry lead them in his cab the two kilometers thataway while they run along behind. At least their bags are in Terry's trunk.
Sam and Dan reach the Russian Market, and quickly get a green scarf from the correct shopkeeper. Meghan|Cheyne and Mika|Canaan arrive shortly thereafter. Sam and Dan quickly find the right woman, and get their clue. The Globetrotters seem to be the next team to find the scarf stall, and they ask a couple of handy Pennsylvanian tourists for help finding a match for the dark scarf they've been given. "I would love to say they were willing to help us out because of our good looks, but--" Flight Time interviews. "I'm six-nine, he's six-four," Big Easy interjects. "Six-nine and ugly, and I'm six-three and good looking," Flight Time interjects right back. Teamwork!
Mika and Canaan get a red scarf to try to match ,and Meghan and Cheyne get a royal purple one. They start their search. As for Team Inside Straight, their rickshaw is stuck in traffic, and Mara is very pissed off about it.
Justin and Zev quickly find the clue box on the concrete courtyard, and the Road Block question is, "Who's ready to go bananas?" And then Phil's back, and he appears to be walking past some kind of outdoor class on how to act like a monkey. Seriously, all the people around him are wearing ape masks and tails and moving around in a very simian way as he explains, "In Cambodia, monkeys are so revered the royal family even employs a royal monkey master who trains dancers to behave like monkeys." Remind me at the end of this recap to go look up what "revered" means. Phil looks rather embarrassed as he has to say that one player will have to "Quite literally go bananas." Of course, they don't have to literally do that at all. They simply need to put on a mask and a tail of their own, then complete "three monkey maneuvers as demonstrated by their monkey masters." If they do it right, they get another clue, and a shot at being an extra in the direct-to-DVD extravaganza Race to the Planet of the Apes.