Flight Time hits his target, so he's done. Jet and Cord at last find the shrine. As they run up to see the small crowd or re-racers outside, Jet remarks, "Holy cow, everybody's here but us." That almost makes sense. Cord's doing this one. Inside, Ron has finally advanced to the shooting, and despite shooting between his fingers, he hits the target and is finally done, having dropped only three spots in the rankings by being lame.
Jamie and Cara are still driving through Tokyo, Jaime complaining about feeling like a rat in a maze, and even the comparatively even-tempered Cara is fidgeting nervously in the back. She's foolishly advising Jamie to steer a little more to the right and away from oncoming traffic (a car accident may kill you, but a pissed off Jaime will kill you) when suddenly there's a crunch and the car lurches. "I definitely hit something there," Jaime says. She stops and runs back, to find a guy with the glass punched out of his right-side mirror. She tries to deal with it right there by offering him some money, like that's going to work, but he's calling the police. Jaime explains this to us with what is, for her, admirable calm. Of course, how mad can she get at anyone else when the whole situation is her fault? That doesn't mean she can't bust out the old cheerleading skills, though: "This is it, Cara. We're done." She must have been the best cheerleader in the NFL. "Gimme a 'D!' Gimme a 'Feat!' That's it, we're done." As the guy keeps talking on his phone, Jaime says they can't even have a conversation. "I just keep hearing, "Mm, mm," The guy says, "Mm." Well, she wasn't lying.
Back from the ads, it looks like this isn't even the first time the guy's lost a mirror, because he's missing them on both sides and I'm pretty sure Jaime only clipped him on one. "He chose to call the police rather than just deal with it through insurance," Jaime narrates, like we're better-versed on Japanese car accident law than a Japanese man who has recently been in a very similar car accident in Japan. The police show up to check licenses and all. "I think he made it a lot more dramatic than it needed to be when it was really just a mirror," Jaime carps after the fact. They part company, with Cara in charge of the apologies and thanks for Jaime's victim, and Jaime complaining about how long it took. She could have saved a lot of time by not hitting his mirror. And did you notice Cara telling Jaime "I told you so?" Me neither. Girlfriend already survived a car accident, why push her luck?