Guido in the cave. They find the clue and the snorkels.
Back on the Frat-boat, they find the flag, but Kevin would rather try to reach the clue from the boat, rather than going in the water. (Uh, Kevin? Not.) Drew's going in, though, and he goes right over the side, opening-credits-style. He claims to have been bit by something underwater, and he doesn't have an easy time finding the clue.
Drew tells Kevin that he needs him to get in the water, and clearly Kevin doesn't want to. Nevertheless, over the side he goes, seemingly just as Drew successfully finds the clue. As Kevin heads back to the boat, we see why perhaps Kevin didn't want to go in the water. Kevin? Is not so much a swimmer. Back in the boat, they open the soggy clue and head for Pai Plong Beach.
Guidos try to haggle the fare on the Chicken Island boat. When the haggling fails, they suck it up. It's hard to tell what the money situation is, but I think they're still a little short.
Frats, arriving at the pit stop. Welcome, Team Shower-Fresh Scent, you are team #3.
Guidos snorkel. They find the clue. I also have to point out that Shirtless Guidos look pretty respectable for fifty, as well. They get to the mat and meet Phil. He tells them that they're last, but of course, it's non-elimination, so they're still in it. Make that two weeks in a row that the Guidos have come in last and not been eliminated. Luck. Of. The. Evil. Phil tells them that they've "made up some time," which...well, it's true, I think, technically, in that they've made up time on Kevin and Drew. They've certainly not made up any time on the leaders.
As a matter of fact, on the topic of timing, this should make for an interesting situation, because here's the way I see it. If the editing wasn't completely misleading, Esquire and Danza got to the pit stop somewhere around 6:30 at night on Day One. Their twelve hours at the pit stop lets them leave at 6:30 in the morning on Day Two. Meanwhile, the Guidos and the Frats carried out most of this task during the morning of Day Two -- when Esquire and Danza are presumably already out doing the next leg. ["That was my impression, too." -- Wing Chun] Without any significant breakdowns, it seemed to take about six to eight hours to do the tasks for this leg (Esquire and Danza started late morning, finished at dinnertime), so I'm doubting that the Frats and Guidos -- both of whom seemed to struggle with the tasks a little bit more than the boys and Frank and Margarita -- can possibly be landing at this pit stop before 2:00 in the afternoon or so. Their twelve hours will get them out of this pit stop somewhere in the middle of the night between Day Two and Day Three, at best, and they may very well have to wait until the morning of Day Three to do whatever Esquire and Danza did at the beginning of the leg on the morning of Day Two. See what I mean? The timing doesn't lend itself to these teams catching up. The timing lends itself more to this lead stretching out to a full day.