Kisha seems to have Jen back in line, and they stick up the next half-dozen patties under the watchful eye of their aged hostess. After they tell her they're done, she casts a critical eye over the fifty hand-printed poo-tties and shakes her head. Then she goes up to the wall and scrapes some off with a stick for being the wrong size. "You serious, lady? We're trying to feed your kids," Kisha says, like this is a favor to her. But the lady's done, and after they put up some correctly-sized replacements, she gives them a double thumbs-up. Then it's over to the stove, which is pretty much just a metal bucket, and they load it up with some pre-dried patties, light it (with a liberal dose of lighter fluid), and put on the pot of milk. Now they have their Pit Stop clue, in third place. To a tuk-tuk!
On the steps up from the river, Kent whines to Vyxsin that he can't keep up with her, having done the Detour and still carrying his own bag. I would point out that during the Detour, Gary carried Kent. She takes his backpack and tells him to keep walking. At least they just found the Amazing Arrow. They soon find the stockyard and get to work slapping up patties, one at a time.
Gary and Mallory arrive, and Gary says they want to beat Kent and Vyxsin. I bet they do. Mallory says, "Cow manure. Seems like that's my Amazing Race theme." She interviews, "What is the deal with cow manure?" In fact, "this is the exact outfit that I wore standing in the pile of cow manure in Russia." Except then she also had a babushka dress and headscarf on, as we see in a flashback. She promises to throw away the outfit, "Because I know the next time I wear this, cow manure will be involved." It's not that great an outfit anyway.
The two lead teams are in a tuk-tuk race, and there's the fort, and there's Phil, standing next to a good-looking young Indian couple. Then it's a footrace, which of course the Globetrotters win. The male greeter welcomes them to Varanasi, India, and the female one daubs their foreheads with dye and flower petals from a condiment tray she's holding. Phil tells them to be proud of themselves; they're team number one. "Worst to first!" Big Easy celebrates as he and Flight Time hug. Phil tells them they've won a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii. Flight Time says that coming in first "makes you forget about all the pain that you felt." Big Easy wants to turn this into a "winning streak" to the "championship." Hey, Nate, this isn't the NBA. But then neither is your job.