"I've never speedwalked this fast in my life," Brook pants as she and Claire hurry to the clue box. Looks good doing it, too. There must be a no-running rule on the park grounds, ever since that little mishap with the Griswolds. They rip the clue in fourth place, and they wonder who they're going to ask. If only someone were around who knew something about England.
Rachel is still having trouble with the car, although now the problem is getting it up the hill in town. "Like a big hill, like an England hill," she describes it in a post-leg interview. Looks more like a Kansas hill to me. Nat and Kat, meanwhile, stop at a gas station for directions, and when Brook and Claire fall in behind them, they decide to work together. Brook and Claire are impressed with the doctors. We may have our first alliance of the season.
Rachel is having so much trouble driving that Katie has to get out and push. Which doesn't work, but Rachel gets it going anyway. Katie has to run and catch up. This does not seem like a very efficient way to get to Tewkesbury. If that's how Richard III had to do it, no wonder he stabbed someone when he got there.
Ron and Tony are nowhere. Ron, who is driving, hasn't seen any signs, and Tony can't seem to see anything from the back seat so he can't navigate. They're keeping cool, though. But it would be even cooler if they knew where they were going.
Gary and Mallory are in sight (and earshot) of Stonehenge, with Team Glee right behind them in sixth place. After both teams read the clue and yet somehow still have none, Mallory goads the guys, "Come on, Princeton!" They finally get directions from some guy in the parking lot with a GPS and head out together. I just got a GPS this summer and it's changed my life. If I ever go on the Amazing Race I'm totally bringing it with me.