After a quick visit from an Amazing Blue Line on the Liechtenstein map, Jen looks down and sees her map missing, which causes her mouth to briefly go all blurry a couple of times. "This is bad. This is real bad," she tells us. Justin zips past Vyxsin, who's trying to make sense of her map by the side of the road. "For some reason, this doesn't make sense to me," Vyxsin says. Yes, the reason is that she's a shitty navigator. This is not news. Gary catches up with Jet at a gas station, and comparing notes doesn't really help given how Jet missed a turn and has about 17.5 km to Gary's 10.75. Still, Gary decides to follow him the rest of the way, "Just like the Tour de France."
Jen catches up with Justin on the road, and after telling him what happened to her map, offers to "help" him read his. She gets them both back on course and they proceed. "I'm thinking everybody's going to have to do this over," she says. Well, not if enough people who screwed it up can cheat off other re-racers. Vyxsin is so flummoxed she completely abandons her bike and goes running off. Jet and Gary get separated, primarily by Jet being in a hurry. Poor Gary, always getting ditched by people he ends up passing later anyway (spoiler!). Justin and Jen find Marco waiting by the side of the road, and after complimenting him on the beauty of the country (which he can do authoritatively, now that he's seen all of it), Justin hands over his guess of 22 km. Marco congratulates him and points him to the white castle over on the hill. Driving away, Justin nods to Jen when she asks, "22?" and she gets it, too. She falls in behind Justin, meaning that her map turned out to be optional after all.
Gary catches up with Vyxsin, still studying her map, and asks if she's seen Marco. Vyxsin asks him for help, but Gary would rather complain about being abandoned by Jet. Speaking of whom, Jet has found Marco, and presents his guess of 35 km. "I am very sorry but this is incorrect," Marco Phils. I think he might also be sorry that his country isn't 50% bigger than it actually is, but Liechtenstein isn't going to get to 35 kilometers without a whole lot of border skirmishes. Jet figures he has to go start over again, but makes Marco say it twice before he can get himself to go. "No fricking way," he commercial-breaks.
Jet is still unhappy after the ads, but he meets Flight Time on his way back and they briefly stop to commiserate before getting back on their respective ways. He's going to wish he ran into Flight Time later.