Andy and Tommy run into the courtyard in fourth place, and this one is Andy's. Inside, Zac is having trouble picking up the steps. He interviews he's never done a choreographed dance in his life. Ernie is taking another crack at the first part of the dance, and it's not exactly a challenging routine. It mostly seems to involve a lot of walking and a bit of skipping in circles. He moves right on to the second one, which is pretty much walking in a straight line and doing a bit of do-si-do with the one Danish woman under seventy in the place. Then he joins his third partner, a tall skinny dude who joins him for a slightly trickier bit that has a lot of hopping and sidestepping. But he also gets that one done with no trouble and receives his next clue from the "countess" with a proud but modest smile. The whole ballroom applauds, and Cindy's proud of him as he opens their next clue. It's telling them to drive to a place called "Frilandsmuseet," which looks like a farm-slash-museum where they'll have to find the next clue. In fact, the clues are hidden inside the mailbox, so I'm sure everyone will walk right by them. Ernie and Cindy get back in their car as Cindy congratulates him on how well he did. "Cathi is right on your tail, though." Ernie thought Zac was closer behind, but Cindy says, "Nooo, Zac has zero dancing skills." Heh. Sure enough, the young adventurer is lurching around an instructor who is in danger of losing a toe. Laurence tells us, "This is not Zac's forte. He obviously wants to nail it down before he starts trying." Then the music gets all jazzy as Andy strolls in with his hat and costume on, looking like Sir Zachary of Galifianakis.
Wherever Jeremy and Sandy are, they walk up to some dude with a bicycle and ask him if he's heard of Frederiksborg Slot. Which I take it is analogous to showing up in Giza and asking if someone's heard of the pyramids. He points it out on their map and says, "You can't miss it, it's a real big old castle." He clearly underestimates Jeremy and Sandy's ability to miss things. Off they go, and Sandy says in the car, "We are hoping that someone else made big mistakes like we did." Speaking of whom, Marcus (after a shot of a freeway sign with large, white-faced cartoon characters graffitied expertly on it) says he doesn't like having to stop and ask for directions, blaming it on having a personality type that doesn't like not being in control. "Especially being lost, it bothers me." I'd hate being lost if it could cost me a million dollars too, but you know a good cure for being lost? Asking directions.