At the restaurant, Jaymes is trying to pick up his plates while Lexi finally has a full load. She makes it to the table and manages to get a few put down before dropping all the rest on the floor. You know, this might be easier with your backpack off, Sunshine. All the diners laugh and applaud like restaurant-going jerks the world over. Ryan makes it to a table as well with his full load. Jaymes -- with all twenty plates in one hand because that's an unsung advantage of having slab-like Chippendale arms -- interviews that he has plenty of experience waiting tables and serving drinks, and he manages to deliver his first few plates without incident. Ryan is doing the same, saying that his hands and forearms are shaking, which makes me wish he were serving nothing but Jell-O, if only for the visual. Lexi's back at her table with more plates and no backpack, which is probably wise. While offloading plates, Brent gets cocky and asks his table if he's doing a good job and promptly drops a couple. "That did not sound good," Josh says from outside. Jaymes and Ryan finish at almost the same time, with Jaymes just a bleached hair ahead. They both collect their clues, Ryan hugging the proprietor much more aggressively than Jaymes did. Seriously, dial it down, Grabby. This clue is telling them to get to the Surabaya Gubeng train station and take a train to the town of Bangil. "During their journey, they must keep their eyes open for their next clue," Phil says, as we see a train vendor carrying a bundle of snacks and clues down a train aisle in a way that will be pretty hard to miss for any passengers who aren't literally napping. Both teams hurry out to catch a taxi.
James & Abba are just arriving, and Abba takes this one. Lexi finishes in third place, with much "Yaaay." She and Trey are off to the train station in third place. Brent finishes in fourth, and he and Josh go in search of a cab, Brent looking like he vomited all down the front of himself. Abba seems to finish quickly. Finally Nadiya and Natalie show up in sixth place. "Get the clue, dummy!" the twin in gray yells at the one in white, who just ran past the clue box. And then she tells the one in white, "You do it." Maybe she'd be in a better mood if she'd dressed a bit more colorfully today.<>"Git 'er done," Rob says mildly to Kelley at 7:22 AM as she rips their clue. Bad catchphrase, badly said.