4:50 PM. Drew and Kevin. In an apparent attempt to emulate the Guidos' success, Team Shower-Fresh Scent has decided that this would be a good day to match. Well, almost match. And their clothes don't say "Team Shower-Fresh Scent" on them. Other than that, it's a good effort. Incidentally, Kevin also has a backwards baseball cap, but for whatever reason, his isn't a problem. Go figure the fickleness of me. One last note: Check out the Incredible Shrinking Kevin. If you've got tapes, look at the first episode. Okay, now look at Kevin. See? Anyway, they open the clue, and Drew reads that it says to go to the Temple of Dawn in Bangkok. Phil tells us Bangkok is in Thailand. Thanks, Phil. With the help of the drunken careening cameramen, he goes on to explain the Fast Forward, too, and you know what that means. He tells us that the only two teams who still have the FF available are Momily and Guido. Thanks, but actually, I knew that too. SERIOUSLY, GET ON WITH IT! Kevin voices over, in an interview clip we've heard before, that he loves the heck out of Momily, as we see footage of Nancy hugging the Frats goodbye. As he hugs her, Kevin tells Nancy where the FF is. He does this very James-Bond-ily into her ear, like it's illegal, but I'm not sure it is. I seem to recall that in the episode where the EDG alliance burst into flames, one of the things that The Frank Formerly Known As Loud And Pushy said was that Esquire had been asking them to read the clue out loud when they got it, since they were a few minutes ahead. I'm not sure sharing the clue info is illegal, so I'm wondering whether the Guidos are around and Kevin doesn't want them to hear. Either way, he feeds Nancy the good word. In an interview, she tells us that she and Emily know they're up against it, and it's basically Fast Forward or bust for them.
Kevin and Drew, in their cab, read the clue that says they have to get from Bikaner to Delhi either by train or by bus. Drew also snaps, "Drive!" at the driver, and once again, I am reminded that everybody desperately needs a nap and a foot massage. We are Philled in that the train, while faster for traveling any given distance, takes longer because of its circuitous route, whereas the bus goes straight from Point A to Point B, so although it's kind of nasty and has to deal with traffic, it's the quicker option. Nice twist on the cheap-and-slow versus fast-and-pricey game they've played several times in the last couple of episodes. In the cab, though, the Frats haven't caught on. "I can't imagine that it wouldn't be just quicker to just sit on the train," Kevin says. Meanwhile, Drew is sick of the sand in India, and Kevin points out that there isn't really any sand to speak of. Drew is speaking of gritty dirt, so the boys do a little semantic cha-cha about the distinction between sand and dust, culminating in Drew spitting that "this whole country is sand." Aaaaand it's time to get Drew out of India.