Meredith and Maria have figured out that they're off-track. They turn around.
Now, Gus and Hera leave the falls, followed by Lori and Bolo and Avi and Joe.
And now, intrigue. As Meredith and Maria head for the falls, they cross paths with Hayden and Aaron, who are leaving. Aaron makes a waving motion out the window as if the girls should follow him, so...they do. He speculates that the girls might follow them all the way to the damn glacier. "Honey, that's mean," Hayden points out. Really, although I really don't want to see the show go in this direction as a general matter, I also don't feel very sorry for people who don't navigate for themselves. There was a time when following was sort of considered an inherently dishonorable or embarrassing move, and you kind of had to suck down your pride if you felt like you absolutely had to do it. Now? Nobody even blinks. I think that's unfortunate. Aaron cackles in the SUV, which is probably overkill, but...whatever.
Hornio is being closely followed by Kris and Jon, as Rebecca tells El Hornio not to let them pass. Kris and Jon do, however, make the move to pass, which Jon tells Kris is his way of showing off "a bold move." It's like a mating dance, only with driving. Kris giggles about how El Hornio makes a face as he gets smoked. Meanwhile, El Hornio calmly informs Rebecca that he's going to ram Kris and Jon's car. "Stop irritating me! Why are you irritating me?" Rebecca whiny-cheerleaders as they drive along. These two teams arrive at the waterfall at last, apparently not quite friends yet. They get to the clue box, clear out, and rip the clue.
And now, the frustrated Nuance/Mormon brigade, so recently in the lead, pulls into the waterfall poorly positioned. In seventh and eighth place, they grab their clues and run for it.
And then -- hey, look who's fallen to ninth freaking place! It's Spazpants! Hee hee hoo hoo hoo! They run in, as Kris and Jon head for the glacier, closely followed by Hornio. In the Nuance car, Kendra is complaining -- as Hayden did -- about her partner's tendency to run out ahead of her. "All right," he says, actually acting like he might have heard her. We'll see. Spazpants is close behind. "I feel like we've lost this game by not being a team," Jonathan loudly complains. Showing that she can give as well as receive the crazy, Victoria shrieks, "Okay, let's...FOCUS!" I just want to hug them both, I really do. They are a-dor-able.
Don and MJ are still seeking the falls. Not sure quite how they got so far behind, but at least he notes that the fog is lifting. Hopefully, that is merely a literal reference and not a hint that he fades in and out of coherence.