Ron and Kelly approach the mat on their bicycle rickshaw, and Kelly interviews that of course, when they heard that there would be a mat and Phil, they assumed there was a pit stop. Because...for a person who presumably once applied Aqua Net to individual hairs, she is surprisingly not so detail-oriented. We watch as they head up the stairs and land on the mat. Phil hands them their clue, and they open it and go. Heading in next are Uchenna and Joyce, and when they get the news, Joyce works up some phony indignation and says, "What a trick!" Because she's awesome already. They rip the clue and go. Joyce tells us that they were, and I am quoting directly, "like, 'Whaaat?'" And she says it in a high, squeaky voice, too. God. I'm like that every day.
Lynn and Alex are next. There is a lot of "Oh, no" and "Oh, God" when they learn that there is no pit stop, as they have already informed us that they were dead on their feet. They run out and go. "Alex and I are freaking out that this leg is not over, because it's been going on for days and days," Lynn complains. Not that it takes anything in particular for them to freak out. Maybe they'll get a nice, long break soon. They seem to want one. What? I am being nice.
Meredith and Gretchen are still finishing up the Tea-tour and delivering the last cup. They finish, and they return the cart to the tea guy, who gives them the "get to Phil" clue. They look for a taxi.
"Come on, sweetie," Rob says as he boosts Amber up over a barricade as they head for the train station. Rob is firmly of the opinion that planned pedestrian walkways are for sissies. Ron and Kelly follow, as do Uchenna and Joyce and Lynn and Alex. Meredith and Gretchen, meanwhile, ride a rickshaw, and Gretchen talks about how "inspirational" she finds the people of India. Spotting two men in a rickshaw ahead of them, and seeing one guy put his hand on the other guy's back, Meredith says, "I think these are gay guys in front of us." One more thing they can cross off that Travelers' Bingo card, I suppose. "He was pretty cute, the one that was helping us," Gretchen says. So they're inspirational, and also? Sex-ay! Those are the best kinds of men, really. That's why I travel the country following the town meetings about Social Security.