At the park, Team @ quickly spots the clue box and sprints for it, finding out they're going to the Temple of Heaven. Where Brook has just tossed her water bottle over her shoulder in annoyance. There are still about three minutes left in their penalty, but I say they should get a few more for littering. Nat and Kat get in a cab, Nat telling their driver, "We're very late." The last few seconds in Team QVC's penalty tick away, and Phil calls them up to check them in as team number two. They're' suddenly in a much better mood, now that they're a lock for the final three. "And you still have a chance to be the first all-female team to win the Amazing Race." Now that they've finished jumping up and down, they calm down enough to high-five.
Nat and Kat arrive at the mat as team number three, and Phil says the same thing he said to Brook and Claire. "Seventeen seasons, no girls have won, and it's about time," Nat says.
Nick and Vicki finally arrive at the bridge in what looks like the late afternoon, and clearly they're not going to have to do everything the other teams did. Vicki reads, "Join a mission to Camp Casey," and although there's a close-up of a clue that looks to describe what the other teams did, these two get to just climb into the back of a flatbed truck (clearly the Ho-Humvee became the I'mgoinghomethisisdumbvee some time ago) for a ride straight to the base. In their helmets and vests, Nick shrugs to Vicki and interviews, "We knew we were way behind everybody else. We pretty much knew that it was our last leg." The sun goes down over Seoul, and insult is added to injury as their Speed Bump sign pops out of the evening twilight at them. The next thing we see is Nick and Vicki hosing down a giant tank. I don't know why they even have to do this, except as punishment for begin so lame and maybe because the Army was all, "Uh, you all are not going off and leaving this tank we dirtied up for you."