Toni and Dallas have given up on raising cab fare to the next stop, and decide to take the subway instead. Which will only compound their mistake, but it must be hard for them to think clearly. And they probably don't love the thought of shaking down Muscovites for what would have been their entire monthly grocery budget back in the eighties.
Ken and Tina bail out of their cab at Sokol'niky Park and get the Detour envelope from the Shetland pony lady. They're going with "Ride the Lines," the bus option. Ken interviews, "This is an important leg. This is to get to the final three. We can't make mistakes." This is their way of announcing that they're about to make a shitload of mistakes.
Nick and Starr emerge from 1905 Street Station and find a veritable street fair's worth of snack stands. They quickly spot the one with the Amazing Flag pasted to the front and score their samsa. It looks tasty, but they don't seem to be allowed to eat it. The paper wrapper tells them what to do, which Nick reads aloud as needing to find a statue of the men who created the "kyrillic" alphabet. He's not happy about having to get back on the subway, but this time it's Starr who bucks him up. Now that's how a team is supposed to work.
Ken and Tina get directions from a local to a bus stop. Meanwhile, Toni and Dallas emerge from Sokol'niky Metro Station, right outside the park. They're still walking when Dan and Andrew come running up behind them. Toni can't keep up in a footrace, but she remembers that Dan and Andrew have that Speed Bump, which is waiting for the Frat Boys right here. But it gets worse, because the lady with the Shetland pony shakes her head at Dallas and Toni, telling them, "Nyet." They're confused until they realize that they took the Metro instead of a taxi as instructed. So now they have to run to find a taxi. And a way to pay for it.
With this latest humiliation for Toni and Dallas out of the way, now we can get on to the Frat Boys' Speed Bump, which promises to be a humiliation of a much more enjoyable variety. While striding past a Russian dance troupe performing in the park, Phil explains that Andrew and Dan will have to join the group for one song. If the dance captain is happy with their performance, she'll give them their next clue so they can get back in the race. Given how much trouble Dan had with walking last week, I can't see this going well for them. But they're pretty good-natured about it as they head over to join the group. None of the dancers or even the instructor speak to them -- they simply smile and dance and wait for the boys to join in. Which they do, sort of lurching around the periphery of the circle. This could take a while.