The second batch of teams are just now getting their clues for the Detour awaiting them in Bangil. The twins even offer to pay for their clue, which turns out to not be necessary. All four remaining teams unanimously choose the Lion's Head option. The train pulls in, everyone disembarks and there's a similar scramble for rickshaws. Except Gary and Will get off last, for some lame reason having to do with the position of their train car when it pulled into the station. By the time they get to the rickshaw stand, everyone else is not only gone, but mushing their drivers like dogsled racers. "What's a becak?" the substitute teachers ask cluelessly while surrounded by them. Eventually they get into one and get moving, but they're lagging far behind and also moaning about it a lot. We come back from the ads with both of them trying to remain positive, and interviewing that they're not dumb. All evidence to the contrary.
Natalie and Nadiya are already at the park and getting geared up for their parade. Rob & Kelley are paying their driver, but Brittany appears to be in a shouting match with the blondes' driver over how much change he owes her, not that they can understand each other. He just answers her every question with "Yes," which is at least more pleasant than she's acting. She interviews afterward how it took them "literally fifteen minutes to pay this guy." After who knows how much of this, she shrieks, "How much is this ride? Fifty? Thank you! Dear Freaking Lord!" I can understand her frustration, but going Mommie Dearest on the local transportation workers rarely works out for anyone in the end.
The Twins are already in their procession, as are the monster truckers, while the blondes are getting geared up. The twins compare the lion procession to CrossFit, which makes CrossFit sound a lot easier than I ever suspected. Caitlin and Brittany rush through their procession, screaming at each other as much as the mouth-muffling masks will allow. Which, alas, is plenty.