As we watch the teams on the plane, ClownJon provides a voice-over assessment of each. He calls Kelly and Jon "very strong," Chip and Reichen "very cunning," and Team Who "also there." Oh, no. Actually, we cut to Al, who says David and Jeff "don't give up." Which is almost as bad, actually. It's like, "These people are good, those people are good, and those guys...just keep going, so...you know, whatever." Furthermore, I think Jeff has sunglasses on top of his head. On the plane. Speaking of "whatever." Anyway, the plane lands in Singapore. Inside the airport, there is a lot of what the music would suggest is very, very intense strolling around in the terminal. It appears that the tension is a result of some of the teams taking a cue from Millie (great idea!) and trying to rework their flights and get to Seoul faster than it will be to wait for the direct flight from Singapore. Jeff locates a flight that connects through Hong Kong and gets to Seoul an hour earlier than the one they've got. When he asks at the counter, however, he's told that the flight is "very full." They get on standby.
The clowns, having the same thought, wind up at the same counter asking about the same flight, and they get the same bad news. They ask to be put on standby as well. Elsewhere, Kelly and BuffJon relax at the gate, puzzling over why there aren't other teams nearby, while Chip and Reichen take a break in an airport restaurant to "eat some American food," starting with a burger and fries. Man, I'll bet that felt good. I think it's the best food they're going to get this leg, if you see my point. My squirming, head-still-attached, sticking-to-your-teeth point.