"Come!" Ian barks impatiently at Teri, yet again. "I don't need this from you," she says. But, you'll notice, it all works in the course of their relationship. Yep. Say what you will, they sure are happy.
Now everyone is looking madly for the shopping center, with Teri and Ian presumably closest. This appears to be the hardest-to-find shopping mall ever. If I were one of the people whose stores are located there, I would call the local Chamber of Commerce and tell them that we apparently need more conspicuous advertising, because "hidden" isn't really a selling point for quality retail space. Asshat eventually reaches what they think is the destination, but they find that they are at the Ampang Park train station, rather than the Ampang Park shopping center. "We're in serious trouble," Ian says as they look at the map.
Commercials. You know, it's just like the Postal Service tells you. Nothing says Christmas like Styrofoam peanuts. You can pretend they're snow, plus reindeer choke on them. Whoopee!
Asshat is still confused at the train station. Nearby, they find a couple of kids who point when Ian asks them where the "photomat" is. I don't think they call it a photomat anymore, Ian. Anyway, the kids point, but when Ian gets to where they pointed, it's a sort of a portrait-painting stand. Teri and Ian bicker over what it is that they're looking for, and Teri says it's a "Quick Foto" place. They do manage to find it, and they go inside to print the pictures. Did you know that after you take pictures with your Kodak Easy-Share Camera, you can take the camera's memory card directly to a convenient Kodak PictureMaker kiosk in your local pharmacy or big-box retailer and create crisp, high-quality prints in several sizes and formats? You can enlarge, crop, remove red-eye, and even add whimsical borders and lettering! Okay, I have no idea if you can do most of those things, but I'm perfectly willing to do my share to give Kodak the most for their product-placement dollar. At any rate, Teri and Ian take out the memory card and put it into the machine. As they work on this, Teri voices over, "I'm the brains, he's the brawn." I suppose so, under a certain theory of relative merit. They print the picture, and when they do, the print that emerges from the machine has the clue on the back. It tells them to go to Singapore and "find Margaret Thatcher" in the National Orchid Gardens.
Phil shows us Singapore, and explains that teams will be taking a train there, at which point they'll have to find the orchid gardens and find a particular flower called Margaret Thatcher. Though it would have been fun if they had been sent to look for the actual Margaret Thatcher. She would have everyone arrested and thrown in jail, and then she would throw a party with champagne and lobster. But as it turns out, this particular Margaret Thatcher is a flower, which is not completely obvious from reading the clue. Yay, a clue in the form of a clue! A clue that says something more than, "Go here, dummy"! That's twice in one episode! You would almost think the dumbing-down was on the decline. At any rate, Ian and Teri take off in the direction of Singapore.