Nicole starts dancing along the street because she loves attention. She can't get a dulce de leche for some reason so she tries to fake it with a hot fudge sundae, and I think it's from McDonald's at that. Jon calls her on it. Yay! Loving Jon this week.
Mark's third clue: "In this building is a representative band who vote for the rights of every woman and man." Mark realizes that he needs to find the Congress building. Jon explains that the Argentine government passed a law that one-third of their members must be women. I can see some logistical problems there, but can you imagine if one-third of our senators were women instead of 14%? Anyway, Mark has to take his picture in front of the Congress building with an Argentine woman.
Nicole keeps trying to get her dulce de leche, and this time it works. Meanwhile, Craig keeps trying to find the theater, and finally does, and even gets some woman to strike a pose with him. Nicole gets her final clue: "The crowds will be huge so go live la vida loca at the game for the team in the place called La Boca." Nicole knows this is soccer, and starts asking locals for help. Jon tells her to find the stadium and convince a Boca Junior fan to let her try on his or her jersey.
Craig's final clue: "Peron's second wife won the hearts of her people. She's resting in peace right next to a steeple." Craig gives Jon the name of the cemetery. I think they had to find this on one of the TAR seasons. I think there was something tricky about it for some reason. Mark and Craig arrive at their final locations and send in their photos at almost exactly the same time. Craig is just ahead, so he gets the photo of the final destination first. Craig immediately knows where the location is. Mark knows where it is too, because Craig hasn't shut up about it since they've been there.
Nicole hasn't even hit her third location yet, while Craig and Mark race each other to the finish line. Whoever gets there first will have to choose between putting $75,000 in the pot and taking a peek at the Mole's dossier. Mark gets to the finish line first, and can't believe it. Jon reminds him that the dossier may or may not have helpful information. Jon says that when the other two players arrive, Mark will have to give his decision. Craig walks up and recognizes Mark already on the bridge. Jon sends a car to retrieve Nicole since she's being such a slowpoke. They call Mark over to reveal his decision. Mark thinks that the dossier might give him a leg up on the final quiz, so he's decided to take it. Mark opens the briefcase and finds a folder inside. While Mark checks out the dossier, Craig stares him down from nearby while Nicole flirts with Jon. Mark has a weird look on his face but we don't get to find out what's in the dossier. Jon reminds them that the pot is now at $420,000. Craig thinks that much money would allow him to live out his dreams. He dreams small. First of all, you'd get half after taxes. Is $210,000 really enough money to change your whole life? For the rest of your life? Maybe I just have expensive tastes. Don't get me wrong; it's not peanuts and I wouldn't turn it down.