Back to the task: Ken and Tina are still dropping crap as Starr and Nick get on the funicular without them. They find Indio, and their clue, and their cab. "I hate to say it, but at least we're in front of Kenny and Tina," Nick says, not hating to say it very much at all.
Terence and Sarah arrive at Military Base, and rejoice to see the blank sign-up sheet telling them they're in first place, meaning they get to leave at 9:00 the next morning. Tina and Ken get their clue, as Team Geek's taxi hits traffic. Thus Nick and Starr end up arriving second. Team Geek gets there third, but at least they still get to leave at 9:00 the next morning with the actual leaders.
Kelly and Christy have apparently given up on their cabdriver and have decided to try and find the damn place themselves, to the point where the sight of the word "Sanduiche" on a sign is enough to get them to stop. Of course the proprietor of the 7-11-like place they're at has no idea what they're talking about. Or why they're hardly wearing any clothes.
And with that, the second flight arrives at the Salvador airport, right on time. Toni and Dallas get the first cab and thus seventh place, with the Frat Boys so close behind that they're able to quickly pass them on the road. And in the ninth-place cab, Anita remarks as she rummages through their Amazing Purse, "Bees are much calmer than all this." Marisa and Brooke complain about being in an unfamiliar airport. Don't worry, ladies, I'm sure that's all behind you now. And bringing up the rear, Stephanie is stressing out while a relaxed Anthony grins next to her. Sitting there with his stubble and backwards baseball cap, he looks startlingly like Luke from Gilmore Girls. Aside from the grinning, that is. Stephanie interviews that they need to win the race so they can win the money. "To make the decision to get married and have children, it would be a fabulous start for us." No wonder Anthony looks so happy about being in last place; if they win, she's going to expect him to marry her. So that's a total of six teams who are still in cabs -- five from the second flight, and Christy and Kelly. Sucks to be Christy and Kelly. You know, again.
Fortunately, they find the right place next. Would have been embarrassing for them otherwise. The Frat Boys arrive soon after and struggle with their cart, until someone helps them and Dan thanks them with a heartfelt, "Muy bien."