Both teams' searches continue after the commercial. Louie compares it to a executing a search warrant, except for how everyone's been making an effort not to just ransack the joint. Dan finds his "NAD" stamp, so the brothers are half done. "This is literally leaving no stone unturned," Louie cracks. Michael is using his penlight to try to look through the shelves at the undersides without having to pick them up, and Louie is knocking some down, quickly righting them and apologizing to someone we can't see. The brothers are apparently double-and triple-checking now. This goes on roughly forever, until Dan finally finds "NADROJ." By the time they're done and reading their Pit Stop clue outside, it's getting dark out. The cops continue searching. Outside, the brothers draft a young local woman to take them to the taxis, which she reluctantly agrees to do. Michael finds one with EIUOL carved on it, which is either Louie's name backwards of the name of a European petroleum company owned by dyslexics. Outside, with the help of their local, the brothers have found a cabbie who knows where they're going. "This is for you," Dan says, holding up some cash. "Okay!" the man says happily in that way that often indicates it's the only word of English the speaker knows. Off they go. "If we get last, we're out, simple as that," Dan says in the cab.
The chances of that seem to decrease as the Detectives search on, but they finally get it. It's even darker as they get into a cab, although Michael is still hopeful that the brothers will "get a bad cab ride." Dan and Jordan are indeed frustrated with their driver's inability to keep moving, and Dan's trying to jump out of his skin again. He's also making faces that I wouldn't have thought possible for a non-Muppet. The detectives, in turn, remain hopeful. "He seems to lack any real motivation to help us," Dan complains of their driver. Michael and Louie continue to hope for the best. Finally the brothers are dropped off. But then so are the Detectives. Now both teams are wandering the promenade, seemingly cluelessly, and the next team to arrive at the mat is... Dan and Jordan. Phil tells them they're team number three, and in the final for a million dollars. Phil asks Jordan how he's feeling, and Jordan tearfully talks about his brother making his biggest dream come true. Dan is also getting weepy as Jordan talks about how Dan has been there for him, not just during the race but for 22 years of his life. Jordan is 43, by the way (not really). In an interview, Jordan says their game plan of avoiding elimination got them to the final three, and now they're turning it on 110%. "My brother and I are going to win that million dollars." Wait, at least one of these teams has to be wrong.