As the Bransens approach the mat, DJ stops them. He and Papa tell them that they're in last place, so they need to go back and not step on the mat until they've put some extra clothes on in anticipation of a non-elimination. So that was a nice gesture. The Bransens suit up and then head in, and indeed they are last, and indeed they are not eliminated. Phil, as he must, mugs them for their money and their stuff. It's a good thing Beth managed to hang on to her baby-blue newsboy cap, because without that, I would have forgotten about her past in hip-hop.
Back from commercials, they show a set of what are essentially previouslies, but I refuse to acknowledge them, because give me a freaking break. We were all here 30 seconds ago, people.
Anyway, the GabbleGabbleGabbleskis are leaving again at 11:43 PM. Phil explains that the clue sends them to an airport in Mesa, Arizona, where they'll find Fighter Combat International, the location of the next clue. Sharon interviews, basically, that they're a strong team when they're cooperating rather than yelling at each other. Can't argue with her there. They leave for Mesa.
The Weavers go at 11:48 PM. In a moment so baffling that I almost expected it to be accompanied by floating animated question marks, Rebecca complains in an interview that other teams "don't like us because we're different from them." This from the people who laugh at you if you work on a garbage truck. Un-be-fucking-lievable. She then says that she's glad to be different from all these apparently rotten people. Hard to understand why anyone dislikes them, isn't it?