Momilesque doesn't manage a flight until 2:00 in the afternoon, several hours after everybody else. (Momilesque sounds sorta like a brothel, no? "Chateau Momilesque, Home of the Loveliest Honeys in Vegas"? Perhaps that's where the guy from the bus station thought Emily worked.)
On The Amazing World Map, The Amazing Yellow Line speeds from Delhi to Bangkok. When the teams get there, they have to get to the Temple of Dawn to pick up their next instructions. (Unless they're FF-ing, as will be explained in a moment.) The Frats get to the temple in the early evening, and they miss -- by only about forty minutes -- the chance to get in before it closes for the night and gain a big fat lead. Dang. Missed the Anti-Bunch. Drew asks one of the locals about a hotel, and when he finds that he's flustered the friendly fellow (yeah, yeah, alliteration, whatever), he tells the guy to relax. "This isn't the $64,000 Question, yet." They find the hotel. The Temple is closed until seven in the morning, so you guessed it -- it's Bunching Time. Here come Bill and Joe, here come Frank and Margarita, and then here comes Momilesque. Margarita wants a shower. No kidding -- everybody looks miserable, and a shower always helps.
Esquire, de-cabbing. (That's all they're doing in this episode -- getting in and out of modes of transportation. Other than that, you can basically just look for them at the end.) Rob's still doing the MMSSSSI thing, and he still has shoulders. Minnesota has fifty-seven state forests. They go to the temple and hunker down for the evening. Not so much preoccupied with the hotels, these two. Rob: "It's just a matter of setting up camp, seeing what happens in the morning."
Momily and Guido, rather than settling in at the Temple of Dawn where Esquire is camped for the night, head for the location of the FF, which is a Buddhist shrine. Guido negotiates to sleep near, but not at, the entrance, and when Momily gets there, Emily scopes it out and sees them. "Good luck, you guys," she says. They edit the thing like the Guidos refuse to speak to her, which I kind of doubt. I suspect an unfair edit.
Now, Momily has to figure out what they're going to do. Basically, Momily's spirits are flagging. They're beyond flagging. They're thoroughly flagged. Emily feels like it's hopeless to go for the Fast Forward, because the Guidos never lose at anything. Nancy, however, sees it as their only shot. They have what appears to be a reasonably healthy talk about it. Emily just can't convince herself that it's possible to best the Guidos. I actually understand why Emily feels that way, but that isn't going to make things any easier, and in retrospect, it's a real shame.