Finally they get to the monument, and as Brian hurries over to the bridge to the statue, she snaps, "Brian!" Awesome. They're on their way, but still in last place. At least Brian can get his car in gear by himself now.
Unsurprisingly, Meghan and Cheyne reach Martinitoren first, with the brothers close behind. Maybe if you're looking for a place that will be difficult for the racers to find, the tallest building in town is not the best option. The Road Block question is, "Who's got strong legs and keen eyes?" Phil narrates, "For over five centuries, the Martinitoren has boasted the best views of the city of Groningen." Which sounds like the introduction to one of those tasks where you get a pair of binoculars and a patch of railing, but this search is going to be directed more inwardly. Specifically, they have to climb the staircase and wander the floors of the church's tower to count all of the bells that comprise the church's carillon. If they correctly count to 62 (because that is the number of the bells), the carillon player gives them their next clue. Meghan is taking this one, as is Sam, so they decide to work together. Or at least Sam does. "Glad I did the Stairmaster at home," he says as a Blair Witch-cam follows him and Meghan up tight, dark, winding spiral stairways. They count 13 on one floor and proceed on. I'm really not seeing how sharing a counting task with someone else is more efficient. But maybe Sam had to leave his calculator down on the ground floor with Dan and doesn't have any choice.
Flight Time and Matt take this on when their respective teams arrive. Team Inside Straight arrives in fifth, and as usual, Tiffany's doing it. "You can do it, Tiffany!" Maria hollers after her. As always, the part that goes unspoken is, "because I'm sure as hell not about to!"