Nick's cab pulls up to the apartment building on Sadovaya Street, with a sign over the door reading "Bulgakov Building" in subtitled Cyrillic lettering. The cabbie points it out to him, and Nick disembarks so he can trot under the archway into the courtyard where Starr's waiting. She's happy to see him. Toni and Ken are less so. Back out on the street, their next clue tells them to take a taxi to a place called Sokol'niky Park, which Phil describes as "popular with Moscow's children." There's even a little kiddie train putt-putting around the grounds, a heartwarming reminder of when Soviet parents used to frighten their children with tales of the Baby Gulag. Once they get there, the teams will have to find a tiny woman in army fatigues standing next to an even tinier Shetland pony, and she'll give them their next clue. The lady, I mean, not the pony. Although that would be cool. The Siblings jump back into the GPS-equipped cab with the "We'll find it" driver, as Nick says, "It feels so good to have Starr back in a cab with me." Until she starts freaking out, of course.
Andrew and Dan have at last arrived at the correct Park Iskusstv, and they ask their driver to wait. Andrew is the one who's going to solve this mystery, and Dan hands over all his cash, because even when putting this episode together, the editors knew that the network promo monkeys would be flogging the loss of one team's cash and passports, and they're still trying to keep us guessing as to who it will be. Are you still guessing?
Waiting outside the bookstore until it's time to make his third guess (no clock visible onscreen now), Dallas sees Tina jogging up and asks to compare notes with her. He tells her his guesses so far. Tina doesn't want to give anything away yet, so she says she wants to see if her guess is right before sharing with him. Since her guess is 52, it isn't. "Ay yi yi," Tina says, returning to report to Dallas her own wrong guess. Eventually they'll zero in on it together. Unless they both come up with zero.
In the back o the Siblings' cab, Nick wonders if he should try to draw a pony to help their cabdriver out. As if there's always a pony at Sokol'niky Park. Today, in the absence of an aggressively ignorant cabbie, Starr's big concern is the danger of reading the clue too literally, as she asks whether they're looking for not an actual pony, but a ponytail. Nick sets her straight, rather more nicely than he strictly needs to. As they arrive at the park, they quickly find the pony lady, who hands them an envelope that contains a Detour. It's worth mentioning that even though the lady is wearing pigtails, Starr doesn't immediately dash off in search of a pig.