Back at the flags, Zev and Justin have just arrived. Amanda offers to "work together" with Kisha, even though she's almost done herself. They wrap it up together as Luke and Margie show up as well, and both teams take off together. The Globetrotters have a little trouble finding the flags, but get there eventually, before anyone else shows up. Team Go Team gets there, and Cara partners with Margie. "Just like old times," Jaime interviews. Indeed.
Kisha and then Amanda get their clues from the commodore, and there's one rule about the sailing task that we didn't hear before: "You may not swim to the clue." I guess that means if they miss it from the boat, they don't get to jump out and go after it. But of course to Jen, that's good news.
Out in the bay, Gary snags a clue off the buoy on the first try. The crew brings them around. Kris also succeeds on the first attempt. "This race is so much better than the last time," Amanda tells him. 'This is frickin' awesome," Kris agrees. Let's just hope they last more than three legs this time. Jen also gets a clue.
Back in the tank, Christina, Mel, Jet, and Vyxsin find compasses nestled in the rocks at the bottom. Topside, Gary and Mallory are returning to shore, where a flagman is waiting, and happily splash their hands in the water as it zooms by underneath them. Stop slowing yourselves down, you two! Amanda and Kris are narrowing the gap, but soon Mallory opens the clue sending them to the Pit Stop. Phil says that would be Shelly Beach, which is a place and not a person. Phil, wearing an outback hat with a brim the size of a satellite dish, reminds us that the first team to check in will win the Express Pass, "giving them an advantage over everyone else in the race." But what about the last team, Phil? What about the last team?