They're still lost after the ads, and as Steve and Linda run along (while he commends her for finding the winning pie), they spot the Flight Attendants and realize they're still in the race.
The Stuntmen and the sisters are having a frustrating time navigating to the Pit Stop. Kisha orders Jen to pull over at a gas station, and while Kisha runs in for directions, Jen complains to us, "She's fucking pissing me off." She goes on about Kisha wanting to be the big sister. "I'm sure she feels that I need to listen to everything she says, because everything she says is right. I'm not an idiot." Dude, is Keisha really that obnoxious, or does Jen just need a nap?
Christie asks some locals, "Holzsager, wo ist?" Finally they find the robot loggers, and as they wait for their disk, Jodi says, "I've never felt like such a dumb blonde in my entire life. We've got to quit being so literal." At least using words like "literal" makes her seem less dumb. Now they just have to get back to their car with the Pit Stop clue, which is at least more portable than that log they've since ditched. Steve and Linda find the loggers shortly thereafter. "Aren't they beautifully carved?" Linda marvels. Actually, at night, they're fucking creepy. Steve and Linda get their clue stamped and are on their way with a "Ciao." Which is German for "We don't speak German, but goodbye in another random language anyway."
We rejoin the race for seventh, while the frustration mounts between the two remaining sibling teams. The Flight Attendants stop for directions, and learn they're going the wrong way. Again. Steve and Linda have trouble in paradise when he fails to see a yellow sign she's pointing at that reads "Salzburg." He grabs her hand in frustration, like jerking it's going to help, but eventually they're on their way. Not the best communication we just saw there. Mark and Michael are reduced to trial and error on the final approach to Schloss Hellbrunn, so the seventh-place team ends up being Kisha and Jen. Jen solo-interviews, "I would have never thought that this would have been the most frustrating experience of my life. It's mentally wearing me down to the point where I can't even listen to her talk without being annoyed." Wow, really? That bad? We bid them farewell for the week with the sight of Jen looking down at the mat with a pained expression while Kisha lets out another giggle. Mark and Michael come in eighth, and are glad just to not be eliminated. I do hope they at least enjoyed their chill time.