Gary and Mallory have reached PMSP and opt for Tune In. Team @ are doing Check Out. Vicky coaches Nick through getting the antenna aligned, and they're good to go. I'm starting to be concerned about the broadcast entertainment options available to Ghanaian viewers; it seems to be nothing but tribal dances and rituals. Not even a Friends rerun in sight.
Jill and Thomas get out of their cab at Kaneshie market and are surprised to find themselves in sight of the mat as soon as they step onto the sidewalk. They're team number five. And they still have the Express Pass!
Gary's nailing an antenna to a shack, while Team @ is loading a lobster-shaped coffin onto the a wagon with surgical knots. Up ahead, Connor and Jonathan are struggling with the fish-coffin, bashing the nose of it into someone's car window (luckily the window was open, but unluckily the car was occupied) and then causing a traffic snarl trying to get it across the road. Andie and Jenna have finally reached PMSP in last place and are going for the coffin task. Connor and Jonathan are now delivering theirs.
Team @ is running down the road with their coffin, and suddenly Nat jerks right for some reason, running over Kat with the wagon. She's okay, through, so they can keep going rather than having Nat pull the coffin alone with Kat inside it.
Mallory screams and hugs the guy they just got TV for, so they're off to the Pit Stop in eighth place. Team @ gets their lobster-coffin up the stairs to the showroom and are headed for the pit stop in 9th place. Andie and Jenna deliver their coffin next, so now there's nothing left but the race to the Pit Stop for five teams.
The first of those, Nick and Vicky, are immobile in a traffic jam. Jonathan and Connor, similarly becalmed, ask their driver if he can pass. He ignores them. Wisely, they don't repeat the request in song. Mallory and Gary are also in a parking lot, as is Team @. But then Nat and Kat's driver puts his car into gear, and the next thing you know, they're zooming along between the lane they were stuck in and oncoming traffic, in a space that doesn't look nearly wide enough. Maybe it looks safer on a widescreen TV. They pass the singers, remarking, "We just passed our little brothers." "How did that happen?" Jonathan wonders over their new subtitle, "Currently in 8th place." Traffic does seem to have loosened up. Next thing you know, Nick and Vicky are in eighth place, having been passed by the doctors and the singers. In the back, Mallory is saying they've got to still be in it. "We can't be eliminated." Andie and Jenna are in last place, and Jenna tells their driver, "All right, Gideon, save us." Gideon is driving with one thumb permanently clamped on the horn button.