Kat's still not selling anything. Nick's building a rapport with some guy who, it turns out, just wants to look at his tattoos. Chad and Jenna are somehow right next to each other competing, and Jenna says you can't be shy in this situation. Well, no, but the market's big enough so that you don't have to be on top of each other.
Gary and Mallory have finally arrived, and she picks up a whole rack of sunglasses that's as big as she is. "I've got some sunglasses for your...shaded pleasure," she says. I wasn't sure where that sentence was going for a second there. Chad's still working on that one girl. Damn, dude, do both of you a favor and move on! Brook finishes her last sale, earning the hell out of it, and as she gets her next clue she boasts, "Give me a sales challenge, bring it on." They're in first place as she reads the clue sending them to a part of Accra called the June Fourth Area. I assume this isn't being filmed on June Fourth, because that would make an area with that name very hard to narrow down. Phil says they're looking specifically for a shop called Peace Motor Spare Parts, which is where the next clue is. Off they go, Brook probably hoping that that "peace" thing isn't strictly enforced.
Chad's still trying to squeeze another cedi out of that poor girl, and Jill comes up wondering if he's sold any. When he says he's on his last pair, she says, "Shut up!" Yes, Chad, shut up and sell that last pair to someone else. Michael finds a customer who wants a smaller pair than the ones he's carrying, and tells her to wait right there. Connor's doing well, selling two pair for ten cedis, but Michael just made his last sale. But then Connor sells two for six, so he's got 16¢ after only two transactions. Kevin's proud and not a little surprised to see his dad come out of the market in second place. Jonathan and Connor are off in third. Meanwhile, Chad is still leaning on that poor girl who looks like she just wants her two cedis back so she can get on with her life. She finally gives in, so Chad's done in fourth, and let's hear it for Chad for successfully shaking down a Ghanaian teenager. "Oh my God, pretty much everyone's done," Jenna says, even though Rachel just now finished in fifth.