Moving forward at a good clip
As Amber and Rob talk to their bus-station local, Rob is using a sort of a "jo" pronunciation of "yo" in the phrase "Yo quiero." Amber keeps stopping him and telling him it's wrong, and...it really depends on where you are, I'm almost sure. I'm almost sure it's regional. ["Our Spanish teacher told us that 'jo' -- or, really, a slurry combination of 'jo' and 'yo' -- is kind of the standard, except in Spain. She was from Puerto Rico. If anyone cares. And, in fact, even if no one cares." -- Sars] But still, Amber keeps telling him he's getting it wrong. They old-married-couple this point for a few minutes, and then he asks the guy whether it's supposed to be "yo" or more like "jo." This particular gentleman pronounces it "yo." But he also tells Rob something about a more "jo"-like pronunciation that I think is something about how, indeed, that pronunciation might be appropriate in some parts of Argentina, or something, but I'm not sure, and Rob certainly doesn't know. He goes over to Amber, and she's like, "What?" And Rob says, "He said I was right," and grins, and Amber laughs and says, "What-EV-er," and he laughs his "Busted!" laugh, and for all of their other flaws, I think they really do dig each other. Which is pretty cool for anyone, including professional reality show contestants.
Of course, after that, everything got more unpleasant as Rob snagged the direct bus. Other teams caught on, et cetera, and we don't really see any more of this than before. Ray claims in an interview that Rob lied, and Debbie bitches in an interview about how Rob "yelled at" her, which doesn't appear to be the case, particularly since she's the one picking the fight to begin with, so...whatever, girlie. In an interview, Rob tells the camera that what amuses him the most is that he's not even sure he's got the fastest bus, but everyone is so paranoid about everything he's doing that they're following him on the strength of that alone. Which...is true. And stupid.