Meanwhile, Jeremy is pointing out the different notches on the beach chairs, which Sandy says don't matter. But then the judge gives them a thumbs-down, so I guess she was wrong. In the meantime, Amani and Marcus finish the task and get their clue in fifth place. Cathi tells an annoyed-looking Bill that they have to make their chairs look more like Team NFL's, while Liz and Marie are still battling to get more of their umbrellas planted. On their way past, Marcus advises them to twist the pole down into the sand. Sandy and Jeremy get their clue, prompting Cathi to tell Bill to hurry up. Getting on their boat, Jeremy asks Sandy where their clue is. "In your hand, honey, focus," she tells him. Which it is. "Okay, I'm positive," she adds before he can throw her earlier words back at her. Meanwhile, Andy and Tommy are already getting dropped off at Koh Panyi. They run through the village and follow the signs directing them in both Thai and English to the "floating stadium," a rather grandiose term for a slab of wood with lines painted on it. Phil is standing at center court next to a bearded, snaggletoothed old fisherman in a straw hat. As Andy and Tommy arrive, Phil tells them, "You've done it again, you're team number one!" And they win five grand each, because sometimes that damn gnome just gets tired of shopping for prizes. Phil tells them they "smoked" the course, which is an interesting choice of words, and Tommy agrees that this is the clean first-place finish they wanted. In their post-leg interview, Andy praises God, and on the mat, he praises the old fisherman's long beard. Andy seems like a very positive guy. But then it's hard not to be in a good mood after winning three legs in a row, even if the first two were partly the result of other teams' mistakes.
Jennifer and Justin arrive at the village, and she spots the first sign directing them to the floating stadium, even though it's mostly hidden behind a birdcage. Clearly her eyes are as sharp as her tongue. They quickly find Phil, and are happy to hear they're team number two, although Jennifer claims it's been a rough day. "My measure of how rough it is," Phil says, "is whether you use your look." He asks Jennifer to deploy it, and she obligingly pulls a stone-cold bitchface, right on cue. Phil shows her his own, which is mostly eyebrow. "It takes practice, you'll get it," Jennifer encourages. Phil's thinking that probably would have been handy with Jonathan.