Kami orders Karli to "control [her] shaking." And indeed, much like Nicole, she's gone into shivers. That's kind of...scary. Nicole and Karli could hardly have both faked shaking, so it looks like eating that, at least for relatively small women, was enough of a shock to the system to cause shaking, which...no, I don't think I like this Roadblock. Who would have expected that I would learn I don't actually want to see harm come to anyone? Linda finishes ahead of Karli, who looks almost as miserable as Nicole and Christie, though perhaps not for as long. In the Mom sleigh on the way to the pit stop, Karen expresses no surprise that they "beat the twins at an eating contest." Snerk. They laugh. They arrive on the mat as team number six, and are really happy. Squeeeeak!
As Karli tries to choke down the caviar, Kami says to her gravely, "You've got to get it down. Time is of the essence." I'm sorry, "time is of the essence"? Wow, thanks, First-Year Contracts Textbook. I'll keep it in mind.
Bob and Joyce, in a cab.
Karli, still shaking, finishes her last spoonful. They take off from the restaurant.
Bob and Joyce, arriving at the restaurant. Sniff.
On the way to the pit stop, Karli looks like a corpse as she lies against Kami's shoulder. They climb the stairs to the mat. "You're team number seven," Phil says. "Yay!" Kami says enthusiastically, and she looks over at Karli, who has not reacted even a little, but is standing there in a huddled little ball with her arms crossed. She does not feel well, y'all. She is thinking, "Don't throw up on the mat, don't throw up on the mat, don't throw up on the mat." Just a guess.
Sigh. Joyce eats caviar. Bob talks about what a great opportunity it is when you find a second love. He calls himself "truly blessed." Joyce talks about all the great things that Bob gives her. "Bob completes me," she says, most unfortunately. On the way to the pit stop, she lies against Bob's shoulder as he says, "This is fun. You ever have a sleigh ride?" "No," she answers. She talks about how for some time, she thought she was going to be alone, but now she's not. Because she has several hundred thousand fish eggs in her digestive tract. Oh, wait, no. Actually, she has Bob. They step on the mat and are Philiminated. They have a smooch. Bob says that Joyce is his "second chance." Aw. Bye. Y'all are cute.
Executive producer? Jerry Bruckheimer.
Next week: Injuries! Bad knees! Holy swooning! Charla underground! Eh, don't get excited. She'll probably come back out.