While counting, Dan interviews that we was all about taking his time and doing it right, and he comes up with 523. He interviews that every team needs a closer to get to he final three. "On this team, I'm the closer." Jordan looks like he wishes Dan would close his mouth. Off to the motorcycles. "I took the sidecar and Jordan rode bitch!" Dan tools. Of course their mom is going to kick both their asses. Jordan says it was weird, with the goggles, "and I was holding on to this Chinese man who was driving...I liked that part, all right, fine." Wow, a seldom-seen sign that Jordan's anything but a Ken doll.
Louie comes out of the hall with a pencil behind his ear, like the accountant he's trying to be, and the number 521 on his pad, like the accountant he isn't. Looks like he forgot the standing ones. Back in for another try... after ten minutes.
After the ads, which do not last ten minutes even though they seem that way, Louie rereads the clue, particularly the part that reads, "Count all the golden statues in the hall" (emphasis his). He interviews about how he's always said, "Read the clue, read the clue..." "I'm falling by the way of the sword," he says when he's back inside for another attempt. I was going to use the verb "quips" there instead of "says," but quips have to make sense.
Cord asks how Jet is doing. "I ain't finding anything," Jet says, while surreptitiously holding up a chop to the camera that shows a pig and his own name. He tucks it in his pocket, shushing the camera like he's on The Office, fearing that the other team might be more motivated if they knew about it. He does whisper it to Cord when he gets the chance. Caite next finds one reading, roughly, DROC (the letters engraved backwards so a stamp would come out looking correct), and keeps it to herself. Cord keeps looking. Brent finds one that reads "TNERB," and since Jet found one reading "BRENT" earlier there's obviously more than one of each. "Baby, I got mine, he calls over to Caite. She asks how big it is, and I think you can imagine where the conversation goes from there.