We come back to a still-flummoxed Amy & Daniel, who are afoot and have no idea what to do. And Rob & Kelley's driver comes back from wherever he went to get directions, saying they have to turn around. Rob bitches that he told him that before. "You cost us a lot of money, bro." Like A) it's the driver's fault they went to Hong Kong for four hours, and B) they were going to win anyway. Will apologizes to Gary in their cab. Amy & Daniel get directions from a local, who says it's too far to walk. Luckily they spot a cab right away and hop in. Which is phrase I would use for any team, so don't get offended.
James & Abba are unloading their ice, while Caitlin & Brittany gingerly wheel theirs through the market like they're transporting 650 pounds of Faberge eggs. Team Metal gets their Pit Stop clue in sixth.
Gary & Will are the next team to find Wijaya Motors, only seconds ahead of Rob & Kelley. Both teams are relieved to learn their still in the race. Sucks to be Amy & Daniel though, the only team who has yet to find it after leaving the Roadblock in second place. Both teams decide to do ice.
Brittany and Caitlin, carting their ice at such low speed it barely merits the term, are temporarily but deeply stymied by a crack in the cobblestone street. It takes them so long to negotiate the wheel over this little dip that they draw a crowd of amused spectators. The upside is that when they finally manage to get it over, the crowd cheers. And then they all ask each other, "Are there not wheels in America?"
At the ice factory, Gary and Will's height difference comes into play again as the block of ice Gary's hauling at chest level thumps Will on the head. Rob & Kelley have their last block and get it on the truck. Will isn't much use carrying the blocks, having to follow along, then struggle to jump into the truck bed. "David and Goliath behind us," Rob cracks. Indeed, both substitute teachers are standing in the front of the truck bed, with Gary looking like a radio aerial and Will barely able to peer over the rim. As their truck gets underway, Gary thinks they're screwed and Will says he feels bad after taking so long with the balloons. "I'm an idiot," he says, banging his head against the boards of the truck. Jeez, this seems a little dysfunctional.