Tara takes the Roadblock at the Weasel's urging. She knocks the first guy from twenty down to ten, but the next lady is having none of it. As she runs from one little stand to another, Wil calls her "Bony" again. Man, where is the big gong when you need it? Tara finally takes her bounty to the bushman. She shows him the various animals, and when she shows him the buffalo, she says, "Buffalo...totonka! Totonka!" and she does the little Costner finger-horns. It's really very funny, actually. One point for her. The giraffe clue takes them to the pit stop at Amani Lodge. Interestingly, they have to take the big giraffe along, which I think is just funny. It's like a ransom note -- "Deliver $25,000 to the red and yellow mat -- and bring the giraffe!"
Gary and Dave pull up to the marketplace just as Taraweasel is leaving. Wil snots, "How did they catch up to us? They were obviously speeding, man." Excuse me, Wil, but they've been on your ass all day, so just relax. Does Wil relax? Oh, no. "Cheaters! Speeders!" he barks at them as he gets into his car and they get out. "We weren't speeding," Gary says exasperatedly. After Wil climbs in and closes the door, Gary yells, "You're going down!" Hee.
Dave takes the Roadblock. As he looks over under the tree, Dave says, "Look at the natives over there!" Gary: "They're called people, they're not 'natives.' It's not 1800." Hee! Seriously. I don't fault Dave too much -- that's the kind of remark I think it's easy to make and then feel very stupid about, but Gary was right on.
Boston, looking for the dune. They're lost. Are they lost enough? I'm not sure. The only thing I'm sure of is that they have the goofiest pronunciation of "route marker" ("rowwwt mah-kah") ever.
Xerox drives off the paved road into the sand, still looking for somebody who knows where the damn dune is. Unfortunately, the SUV doesn't take too kindly to the sand. "We could be in trouble right now," Shola says. "Please don't tell me we're going to stall in the desert," Doyin responds. Um, no. They don't stall. What they do is get buried in the sand up to the middle of the tires, and the more they spin the tires, the deeper they dig. Doyin makes an attempt to push the SUV out, but it doesn't work. "We're stuck, man." Oh, dear.