Hey, look! The second plane! Everyone runs for taxis. In an interview, Teri discusses winning. "Winning is everything," she says. "Winning is fun." You'll notice those two statements are not synonymous. She does not notice.
Back in drunken, careening Mexico City, Aaron and Arianne (I cannot tell you how much I already hate typing that) think they've found the spot where Pablo should be. Andre and Damon are hot on their heels. But Aaron and Arianne find Pablo first, and the clue he hands them tells them to check in with Mexi-Mini Charters at the Hotel de Cortes. Phil Phil-overs that when they get to the hotel, they will have to sign up for seats on one of three charter buses leaving the next day, two hours apart. Four teams to a bus. Aaron starts walking around trying to ask where the Hotel de Cortes is, but he is actually asking where the Hotel de Cortes is from. Smooth one, there, Fourth Amigo. He eventually gets directions in spite of himself.
Andre and Damon find Pablo, followed by Flo and Zach. Michael and Kathy continue looking. Michael knows some Spanish, too. This is really interesting -- they've never had anywhere near this kind of foreign language skill spread so broadly across teams. Seems like a good thing. Aaron and Arianne, meanwhile, are first to the hotel, so they make it on the first bus. Aaron puts up his fists and says, "Yess!" Which of course makes me think of Guido Bill. Ah, where are all the worthwhile villains these days? Anyway, he voices over that their strategy is to "be a leader, not a follower." So their strategy is to be first. What very advanced critical thinking, coming up with that strategy. They are certainly getting their money's worth out of what I'm sure are their advanced educations.
Michael and Kathy find Pablo at last. They read the clue and take off. Bucking the trend of Spanish-speaking among the contestants, Andre and Damon stand in the middle of the square yelling for someone who speaks English. Hmm. You know, of all the things that could turn into disadvantages that would make you lose time, knowing less Spanish than other teams seems like an unusually fair one.