A Roadblock. "Who's on target?" it asks. Phil says that the Roadblocking person will learn to throw a traditional weapon. And as Phil takes one from the Maasai gentleman, his eyebrow arches magnificently. Aww! Phil explains that you'll have to throw the rungu, for that is what it's called, 65 feet to "destroy" a clay target, which has the clue hidden inside. Mirna will be throwing the rungu today, and the girls are sort of surprised that Danny and Oswald aren't already here. Mirna orders one of the Maasai to demonstrate throwing the rungu, which he does. She tries it an immediately pronounces it "a lot harder than it looks." Which is exactly what she said about the puzzle, no? It's like, "This, too, will make me look like I'm a dork, but I assure you, your eyes play tricks on you! Tricks!" Mirna tells Charla to toss her the water bottle, and Charla makes such a good throw that Mirna wonders if Charla should have done the Roadblock. She apparently hasn't figured out yet that they'd technically be better off if Charla did all the Roadblocks. And all the Detours, and all the talking to strangers. And possibly the picking out of T-shirts, but I can't swear to that one.
Danny and Oswald arrive at the Roadblock, and Danny is going to be throwing for the team. They see that Charla and Mirna are already there, and Danny observes, "They probably didn't stop to get fruit." Well, probably not, fellas. Charla asks Oswald where they were, and he's like, "We bought some fruit." He's unconcerned. He starts giving Danny throwing advice in Spanish, which is the hottest thing since lava, for some reason. Mirna finally hits the target, and she turns a cartwheel on her way to retrieve the clue. They are both screaming and screaming and screaming, to a degree that's rather disproportionate to the accomplishment. Danny and Oswald look at them like, "Wow. Whaaatever." I wonder if Mirna and Charla demonstrate like that when they successfully put their bags into the overhead compartment. They read the clue, which tells them to go to the Old Fort. Phil says it's about 15 miles to the pit stop from here. Last team to check in may be eliminated.