Welcome, Lyn and Karlyn. You're team number two. Phil congratulates them for being Yielded and coming in second.
As they approach the pit stop, the BQs are making preparations to be last, preemptively talking about how it's not bad karma, because there's no bad karma in games. "You do what you do to win," Kandice insists. Exactly -- it's not bad karma. It's bad racing. They aren't last because they Yielded the *lyns, but they also aren't last just because. They're last because the third of three major mistakes they made in this one leg finally actually caught up with them.
Rob and Kimberly on the way to the pit stop. BQs on their way to the pit stop. My favorite part is that Dustin tells Kandice to get their lucky charm, and says they need "prayer." Because there's no karma, but apparently, there's divine intervention. Rob and Kim find their way to the right place, but then they can't locate the right path at first. And here come the BQs, driving to the boulder. Rob and Kim are still looking for the pit stop, but they do in fact find it, and they land on the mat in third place. When the BQs get to the pit stop, they see all the cars and realize they're in last. "Whatever happens, I love you," Kandice says. They get to the mat, and predictably, while they come in last, they are not eliminated. They are, however, "marked" for elimination in the David/Mary sense. If you don't come in first, you serve a thirty-minute penalty. Phil tells them how much the other teams would love to see them leave.
In her final words, Dustin points out that everyone is afraid of them because they're so "competitive." Surplus awesomeness! Nobody likes me because I'm so great! Sigh. They show remarkable talent for rewriting history when they say that they weren't nice today simply because they used a Yield and "didn't stop" for the flat tire. Obviously, they did a lot more than that. But they clearly need to believe that the only reason anyone has for disliking them is how great they are, so we can leave them to it.