Nate and Jen, meanwhile, have made it to the airfield. Unhappily for them, it doesn't open until seven, but happily for them, there are numbered tags waiting, so they take the one marked Number One and share an affectionate hug. Wow. Dubrovnik must have excellent couples therapists. Ron and Christina have pulled to the shoulder to hatch a plan, and they decide to risk the smaller roads. Kynt and Vyxsin are both unpsyched that they'll be driving for hours here, and I should say that while I think Nate and Jen and TK and Rachel deserved to get to the airfield first for taking the quicker routes (leaving aside the whole clue-forgetting thing) the fact that the other three teams got this screwed by following what looked like the safest alternative is both random and sucky for them. In other words, they deserved to get the last three tags, but not still to be trying to find the place after it opened at seven in the morning. Anyway, the sun is up but it's apparently still before seven as TK and Rachel get to the airfield and grab the second tag before knocking on Nate and Jen's car, in which they're apparently sleeping. Well, there's probably no "apparently" about it -- they're not getting along quite that well yet. These teams celebrate loudly with each other, which I actually quite enjoyed. I'm surely way out in the cold here, but Nate and Jen aren't dead to me yet, although she's closer to the morgue than he. TK is effing psyched, and who could blame him?
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: A | 605 USERS: C+
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