Tammy and Victor, however, are on the correct road, but they're stuck behind a slow-moving car in a no-passing zone. At least they have shirts on now.
Luke gets the tiger board into slot number 7, flashing back to Esso the tiger and his one-armed trainer at the Phuket Zoo. Four down, seven to go. Next comes the double-nose flautist from the Jaipur Pit Stop in the sixth slot. I don't think anybody's going to forget that one. Running back to the pile, Luke finally gets tired of having to constantly pull his shorts up and pulls them down instead, casting them aside to show off his black Speedo underneath his t-shirt. Must be the "provided swimsuit." "Good job, Luke!" Margie laughs. He nearly takes out a bush positioning the Novosibirsk Lada in slot five. "I'm getting very nervous that another team will catch up," Margie says. But how can they, with Luke already more than halfway done? It's going to take something pretty amazing for anyone to catch up with them now.
Jaime and Cara's taxi driver is pulled over by the side of the road. "It never ceases to amaze me, every taxi driver we get never knows where they're going," Jaime complains to Cara. Well, at least now we know she hasn't been spending the whole Race passive-aggressively complaining about people she thinks can't understand her; she does it to Americans too. The driver gets on a walkie-talkie with the dispatcher and tries to communicate what he's looking for, while his passengers sit in the back looking like they're on The Amazing Facepalm. At least elsewhere, Tammy and Victor are still stuck behind that car. Although as far as they know, Jaime and Cara are still far ahead of them. The dispatcher for Team Go Team's driver blares over the walkie-talkie, "I have no idea where that is." Jaime can't take it any more and snaps, "Can we please get a move-on?" The dispatcher waspishly instructs the driver, "You need to tell your people that I am not their personal concierge and I don't have the time to be looking for this place for them." Oh, my God, that dispatcher is an asshole, and if she were pulling this on any other team, let alone on me, I'd be furious. But with Jaime? It's nothing but karma, so I'm okay with it. "It's mistakes like this is what will make us lose the game," Jaime pronounces. Well, make up your mind, lady.