After the ads, though, Andie figures out something with reverse and the clutch, so I guess the car was fine after all. Which makes me a little curious about how hard Connor really tried to get it going again. Jenna says in a post-leg interview that Andie did a really good job. Some London commuters might disagree.
"We screwed up, big time," Thomas announces. That must have happened during the commercials. He stops for directions from a couple of guys in a parking lot. The good news is that pretty much everyone in England probably knows where Stonehenge is, so they're soon on the right track again, and only ten miles out.
Nat and Kat are the first to see the road sign marking Stonehenge, and there it is. It's much bigger than it was in This Is Spinal Tap. They're really excited to be there. "Those are big frickin' rocks," one of them observes as they power-walk to the clue box. The clue reads, "Find the castle that is the opposite of nor'easter." Phil explains that they have to figure out that's Eastnor Castle. I would have gone haring off in search of Southwest Castle, so it's good I'm not there. Nat and Kat, more wisely, decide to ask someone. That's why they're doctors and I'm not.
Jill and Thomas are the next to arrive, just ahead of Katie and Rachel, the latter of whom pauses in getting out of the car to try to put her jacket on upside-down. They're just happy to have caught up to a team from the first flight. Uh, yeah, Nat and Kat did that, too and passed them. Catch up to them, while you're at it. Some park service guy tells Team @ that they're probably looking for Eastnor Castle, near Tewkesbury. You know, where Richard III stabbed that dude. Jill/Thomas and Katie/Rachel also rip open their clues, the former team returning to the park gate so they can ask to "borrow internet" and the latter getting help from the same park service guy who helped the doctors. Jill/Thomas check Google Maps (which would send them through the original Gloucester, coincidentally) and are soon on the road again, Thomas congratulating both Jill and himself. Rachel and Katie, however, are running into trouble in the form of Rachel having somehow completely forgotten how to drive stick since they got there. I've heard some of the legends about Stonehenge, but I wasn't aware that it could suck practical knowledge out of your brain.
"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.