And now a visit to Team Go Team's cab, in whichwe learn that Jaime likes to call dogs "doogies" for no reason. GODDAMMIT, JAIME, SPEAK ENGLISH!
Team Family Law spots the Stuntmen's cab behind them, and the latter team gets frustrated at their driver's lack of aggressiveness. I think I'd get self-conscious if I had to drive a pair of stuntmen somewhere. I'd feel obligated to always be taking turns on two wheels and going up the wrong side of the street and shit. Meanwhile, Margie and Luke have arrived at the entrance to the boatyard, which apparently is marked to outsiders only by the presence of an Amazing Flag high on at light pole. They climb out with their bags and proceed along narrow gangplanks through a wooded wetland all the way to the docks, where there's a clue box waiting. The Road Block intro reads, "Who's ready to propel their team forward?" Phil narrates that one person must "tap into their mechanical abilities and apply them to one of the most common forms of transportation in Bangkok: the long tail boat." You may be familiar with this kind of craft. It's a long boat that doesn't have an outboard motor per se, but rather a car engine with the driveshaft sticking way out beyond the stern with the propeller on the end of it that the pilot dips into the water to make the boat go. Except these five boats don't have the propellers attached, which is where the Racers come in. Provided with nothing but a hammer, a wrench, and an intimidating collection of nuts and washers, the person doing the Road Block has to attach a propeller to the long driveshaft of one of these ubiquitous craft. Oh, and they're also provided a propeller. After the propeller has been attached and tested and found satisfactory, they'll get their next clue. Luke wants Margie to take this one, so they make their way out to the chaotic docks, which are narrow and cluttered and laced with low overhanging girders that threaten to brain a person. Luke suggests loading their backpacks onto their boat before they get started, and Margie tells him to hurry up with that as she gets to work. You wouldn't think so, but you just saw a very significant move on Margie and Luke's part.
Team Go Team arrives at the entrance to the boatyard and asks their driver to wait. They run in without their backpacks, and Jaime's doing this one. Margie makes progress as we see her interview that she's pretty handy around the house, so this was easy for her. Seemingly in no time, she follows Luke onto the boat across the narrow gangplank and gets their next clue from the pilot as he pulls them away from the docks. Now it's a canal trip, and the teams have to find their way to the next clue. Fortunately, they've been supplied with a canal map to help them locate the Peninsula Pier, where a clue box is waiting for them. "Mama, good job," Luke tells Margie as they settle down for their boat ride. Jaime is now manhandling her wrench. She seems pretty angry at it, so I assume it's metric and not English.