As Phil explains, this is an outdoor museum called Park Iskusstv, filled with old statues from the Soviet era and one Amazing Clue Box. Now all three teams have to jog back out of the park to find new cabs, and the strain is telling on Toni. Ken and Tina catch a lucky break; they get the same taxi driver, who they recall has that handy GPS unit. Or whatever the Cyrillic letters for GPS are.
The Frat Boys get to the sub after everyone's gone, and seem to have little trouble finding the gray-haired actor in the sonar room. Then they, too, have to find a taxi. But while trying to flag one down by the side of a busy road, they get splashed by a passing dump truck. Awesome. It's such a cliché, but clichés wouldn't be clichés if they didn't work.
For the other three teams sitting in their cabs, traffic is at a standstill. Worse, Ken and Tina's driver is smoking, and it's making Tina crazy even though all the windows are open. She tells Ken to ask the driver not to smoke. Ken refuses. "Just let the man smoke," he snaps. Ken really does not have time for Tina today. Why is he so uptight? Maybe he needs a date or something.
The Frat Boys have had a stroke of good luck in that the taxi driver they just hailed speaks English. They're being downers, though, saying they're not having the perfect day they needed. "Getting splashed was going to happen," Dan says. "It was just a matter of when and how much water was going to be doused on us." Aw, and on their brand-new shoes, too.
Nick and Starr are the first team to make it to the park known as the Graveyard of Fallen Monuments, and are happy to see that the waiting clue box still contains four Road Block envelopes. I'm happy to see that if this is the same Soviet-artifact dumping ground where Pierce Brosnan met Sean Bean in Goldeneye, they've certainly cleaned the place up a good deal. No gargantuan constructivist sculptures lying around overturned here; it's all neatly arranged with the statues in dignified and upright positions. Walking through the park, Phil warns that the person taking this Road Block must "seriously rev up their powers of observation." He's not kidding, because this is a complicated, multi-step task. The first part requires the racer to count all the statues of Lenin and Stalin in the park. And in case those two famous mugs aren't recognizable enough, the Cyrillic spelling of each name is provided in the clue so the players can compare it to the plaques next to each of the statues. Once they've tallied the Lenins and Stalins (six and two, respectively), they need to combine the digits together. Thus armed with the number 62, they have to then travel to an antique bookstore, recite that number to the shop owner, and receive a translated copy of The Master and Margarita by Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. If they make a wrong guess, they have to wait ten minutes before trying again. But if they get it right, page 62 of the book gives them a clue to their next destination. Which just happens to be Bulgakov's old apartment building. What are the chances of that?