Anyway, Nick is taking this. So is Brook, who interviews, "Are you kidding, I have to sell something? Bring it on!" What, her partner can't sell shit? Jill, Chad (who is wearing his own sunglasses on the back of his neck, which isn't going to help him come off as a trustworthy authority on eyewear), Rachel, and Michael are taking this one, and Kevin admits that he's nervous about his dad sucking at this. They all start selling -- or rather, trying to sell -- just as Team @ arrives and Kat (the brunette) is taking it.
Nick's off to a slow start, telling people, "Big race, big race," like they care. Vicky tells Claire she should have done it instead of Nick, which is a nice vote of confidence. Chad is schlepping a whole giant rack of them around, and Brook's working the crowd like Elmo on ecstasy as Claire reminds us, "This is what we do for a living, is sell stuff." Brook tells one prospect that he looks like a gangster or a rapper with a pair of shades on, which doesn't seem to offend him, and she gives him a big hug when he takes them off her hands for 3 cedis. Chad's selling a pair to a younger woman, and interviews that he was "using sex to sell." The threat of it, or what? Next to him, Stephanie just laughs at him. Michael and Jill try to sell, the latter claiming that they "go to a really good cause" (that cause being Jill and Thomas getting to hold onto their Express Pass for another leg, I guess) while Thomas is being all uptight from the sidelines. Michael sells his first pair. So does Rachel, to a customer who tells her, "I love you." Ah, a volleyball fan!
Connor and Jonathan have arrived. Connor wants to give it to Jonathan, but Jonathan refuses. He seems to have had all the contact with the locals that he can stand for one day.
Gary and Mallory's cab has died on them en route, so Andie and Jenna arrive at the market in ninth place. Andie gives this one to Jenna, saying she's more of a salesman than Andie is. "That's one of the things, I don't know if she's a good salesman or not," Jenna admits. She gets right to work. And behind them somewhere, Mallory is trying to not freak out while their driver tries to start the engine. It's anyone's guess whether she or the car will blow a gasket first.