At the waiting area, all the horns and bicycle bells and other noises are driving Zev to distraction. The Amazing Editors even underscore his sensory distress by putting halos around the passing traffic. But then "Mal-Mal" gives him some earplugs, so he's all better, the end.
Jen finds the final Sadu and lays out the scraps on the ground in front of him: "ONCE YOU'RE OVER THE HILL YOU PICK UP SPEED." That's the meaning of life? I can only assume these Sadus don't read English or they'd have nothing to do with presenting that sub-Hallmark crap as something profound. Jen gets her clue, and runs back toward Kisha, having secured their customary early-leg lead. Justin and Big Easy join forces to look for the guy in the pink scarf, whom Big Easy shortly finds. With this kind of task, it must be an advantage to be six-foot-forty. They get their last slips, and Big Easy leads Justin in the direction of the last Sadu. Jen finally makes it back to Kisha and they open the envelope, not that Jen can read "Swaminath Akhara" from the clue. Phil explains over footage of two loincloth-clad Indians wrestling in a covered dirt ring that this is a "wrestling and strength conditioning club." There's also a strongman swinging weights around on poles in the courtyard. None of this is relevant to anything except that there's a clue box nearby. Jen and Kisha get in a tuk-tuk. Justin and Big Easy are now getting their clues from Sadu #7 and head off in second and third place, respectively.
Jet and Cord have arrived at the clue box. Vyxsin narrates ,"We see cowboy hats bobbing over the crowd and, I think all three of us girls (Vyxsin, Christina, and Mallory) were concerned. Because the Cowboys are so efficient." Sure, once they get out of the airport. Flashback to the time Phil congratulated them on being the first team ever to start in last place, complete a Speed Bump, and come in first. In this sense, "efficient" clearly means "able to recover from their own crippling mistakes." They open the clue, and Cord promises, "I'll do my best." He wastes no time jogging through the streets, trying to get done quickly without missing anything. As we see him scoring "THE," he interviews that in rodeos, "You don't get paid unless you win." He quickly finds a second guy while millions of viewers count their blessings for having jobs that pay them whether they win or not.