Outside, Jill and Thomas are the first team to get a taxi, but it may not be the best one. As they ask if he knows where it is, all he does is say, "Heh heh heh," which doesn't inspire confidence. Still, once they're on their way, Jill and Thomas have a little more time to wonder how Brook and Claire go got the ice rink so quickly. That team, by the way, is in a cab whose driver calls Claire a beautiful girl and asks if she's "solo." Claire points to her engagement ring, and the driver, undaunted, tries to impress her by claiming he's a comedian. If his routine doesn't have more to it than when we see him going "Hoo hoo hoo," he's going to be driving this cab for a while. Even so, Brook laughs politely, probably because she doesn't want to end up stranded by the side of the road. Nat and Kat are still skating. "I'm channeling my inner Apolo Anton Ohno," Kat says. Yeah, I don't think she gets that channel.
Jill and Thomas get out of their cab at the park, which their driver thinks is hilarious. They run into the park and Jill asks someone if he speaks English, and Thomas shuts her down. "You can't ask old people," he says imperiously, like everyone knows that. Jill's snarks back, "What about his guy, Thomas? Is he in your age range?" Okay, that was awesome.
Brook and Claire's cab-median drops them off, but not without getting out and demanding a kiss from Claire. "Kiss count is up to nine!" Brook says as the driver happily "hoo hoo hoo"s back into his taxi. Jill and Thomas are asking a motorcycle cop about an airplane, and he's all, "sky jumping?" Meanwhile, Brook and Claire have just strolled right up to the airplane statue and opened the clue sending them to the Pit Stop, which in this leg is a place across town called the Temple of Heaven. Phil says, "Built in 1897 for the first and only Emperor of Korea, this imperial shrine is the Pit Stop for this leg of the race. The least team to check in here will be eliminated." Get Phil, not fucking around any more! Jill and Thomas decide to cut their losses with the motorcycle cop, but Brook and Claire are already in their cab to the Pit Stop."Our coach is yelling at us," Nat says when she and Kat still have two legs to go. He does seem to be hurrying them along, probably so he can go home and have dinner and clean out his DVR and maybe his garage before he has to be back at the rink in time to meet Nick and Vicki. Nat says it was fun, even if they looked ridiculous, and now they're done. "We're available for the next Olympics if you'd like," Nat offers. Back outside and into a taxi for the park.