Bill: What that did to us, though, was it changed our opinion of what kind of transportation -- how careful you have to be with your money. So if there was any consequence, it was the way we treated that moment when we got to Thailand.
Miss Alli: But then, plus it also seems like because you were taking buses that day, you got behind that day.
Bill: That's correct.
Miss Alli: And then that was somewhat what forced your hand with the Fast Forward.
Bill: Not really, because we were the second ones to leave India -- we leapfrogged everybody, even though we were a couple hours behind everybody, Kevin and Drew left India first and we were second.
Joe: We might have been actually the first people that actually arrived in Bangkok.
Bill: No, we were second. We were second in Bangkok. So we didn't have to, we were just so afraid that Nancy and Emily would get it, get there first, and then -- it was just, again, it was a dumb move, and we told ourselves our strategy was, don't use the Fast Forward, just go through the course, and force everyone else to do the same.
Joe: And basically Nancy and Emily obviously were going for the Fast Forward, we assessed the prospects of being one in four that you would get eliminated. 'Cause, you know, everybody else has used theirs. And we got spooked by the odds a little bit.
Bill: We shouldn't have, because we were capable, but we felt like we needed to make sure that we stayed in the race.
Joe: We always had good taxicab karma, so that would have forced us to take a taxicab.
Miss Alli: That's right, you did have good taxicab karma, unlike some people.
Joe: We did. We always found cabs pretty easily, and we always wound up getting probably the best driver of anybody.
Bill: It was the best thing about the game, the game was very equal, and at any point, you could make a very simple mistake and be out. So any contestant really had a good opportunity to win that thing.