Ernie and Cindy have gotten to the stage where they're unloading the proto-butter from their churns. On to the kneading and squeezing and wetting and molding, and Cindy smacks the filled mold down on the board. The lump of butter left behind looks good, except for the big black something she picks out of it.
Bill and Cathi reach the farm next. "Hot damn," Cathi says deliberately. After reading the Detour clue, Cathi figures Bill could do the rabbit task and she couldn't, so they're going to the butter churns. They join Team Control in the dairy barn, watch the demonstration, and get to work. From his churn, Bill asks if they get to eat it at the end. "I don't know if you want to eat my sweaty-ass butter," Cindy cracks. They slap down their sixth stick, but the dairy maid isn't satisfied with the quality of the finished product. They do seem to have very little structural integrity. Ernie scrapes them up so they can redo them.
Sandy is dressed up and learning the dances. On the sidelines, Laurence asks Jeremy if they've seen Marcus and Amani yet. Jeremy says no, even though Sandy saw Amani at the church. More evidence of their poor communication skills. Cut to Zac on his third dance routine. It looks a little rough to me, but they give it to him while the locals applaud, so Zac gets his clue in fourth place. Laurence interviews after the fact, "It would have taken me a while, but I probably would have landed it a little quicker. But that's my forte. That's what I do." Renaissance dancing? Laurence has unexpected depth. Also, Zac's sitting right there, dude.
Down on the farm, Ernie and Cindy slap out six new sticks while Bill and Cathi's stuff is in danger of going past butter and turning into whipped cream. After this latest attempt, Team Control successfully gets their clue. Ernie reads it outside: "Make your way on foot to the Karlstrup Windmill." Fortunately, Cindy remembers passing one on the street on the way in. A short run later, they're approaching the towering windmill. And this would be where the Double U-Turn rears its large, overproduced head. Phil's back next to the giant sign, reminding us how it allows one team to slow down another by making them do both sides of a Detour. When Team Control reaches the sign, Ernie asks Cindy if she really wants to use it. "Yes," Cindy says decisively, to Ernie's shock. "Who?" he gapes. Cindy says, "Bill and Cathi, they're right on our tails." She steps up and makes with the touchscreens. "Sorry, guys, we need a win," she says. "They're gonna hate us." Well, as long as they know that. They run to the next stack of clues, which are sticking out of a nearby water pump, and read, "Drive yourselves to the next Pit Stop." Phil says that's seven miles back to Copenhagen, where they'll have to find Havet Ship. Standing on the prow of an old-school sailing ship docked in the harbor, Phil says, "This sixty-year-old cargo boat converted into a hotel is the Pit Stop for this leg of the race. The last team to check in here may be eliminated." Wait, that ancient clipper is only sixty years old? I feel cheated.