Andy arrives back at the dispatcher and gets his clue, even though he's bringing his bike back broken. They're also doing Dugout, and in the cab to the lake, Tommy tells Andy that Ernie and Cindy are the only ones ahead of them.
Amani seems to be closing in on solving the puzzle, and finally gets it done. Now they can go get the clue for the Road Block. Marcus is doing this one, and he says he trained for the race by biking uphill with eighty-pound sandbags. As you do. Jennifer is the next to finish her delivery, but then she says, "Oh, crap." She realizes that she gave Justin her clue, so she has no idea what to do next. Well, I would advise her to return to Justin and get it, which after all would not take her too far out of her way. But instead, she stands looking around in confusion while locals watch her and wait for her to do something. Unfortunately for everyone concerned, they're going to be waiting a while.
Laurence and Sandy arrive and make their deliveries. Fortunately they are indeed supposed to have gone to the same address. Sandy suggests they return together as well, so they don't forget the way. Cathi finishes the Roadblock next, so she and Bill are in third place. Marcus is pedaling along a road, worried about the language barrier, but a passing motorist assures him he's going the right way. Laurence returns in fourth place and decides he and Zac are doing Dugout, with Sandy right behind him. "We went so far out of our way," Sandy explains to Jeremy. Once they're in the cab to the lake, Sandy exhaustedly explains the challenge of what she just finished: "Nobody spoke English and I'm not gonna be able to have kids." Jeremy laughs, either at her deadpan delivery or in relief.
Justin and Amani are still waiting for their partners to return, while Jennifer stands around as if waiting for instructions to fall from the sky. When they fail do so, she finally decides to return to the main road to see what she can see. Yes, do that, and then ride it back to Justin. In the meantime, Marcus has delivered his fish-toting passenger and heads back, so as long as Jennifer stands there paralyzed by indecision, he's not really in last place any more.