Advertisements Well, Team Mensa started significantly behind everyone else and looked like they had completely caught up, but then they pulled a major blunder. Darius is wandering around trying to find some specific designer/vendor, while Cameron watches every other team come and turn their bags in to the girl sitting next to him and get their clue. Why did he not say anything to Darius and tell him to at least try and get a clue from that same girl? Huge blunder by Rachel not knowing how to count the money, and it would have cost them the game if Darius and Cameron hadn't screwed up worse. The other teams that did the bus challenge just seemed to be raking in the money and probably collected far more than they needed to by the time they finished. It seemed like the two sides of the Detour were very unequal. The Tejo game seemed like it could be done in just a few minutes while the bus challenge seemed like it would take a minimum of 30 minutes, and then by the time you get enough money you've then got to find a cab to take you back to the starting point. The teams that finished in 1st - 4th, (Brodie and Kurt, Tyler and Korey, Burnie and Ashley, Dana and Matt) seem like the strongest teams by far and barring some kind of crazy bad luck, I expect those will be the final four teams. Seems like it got dark very quickly. Was there much (any) footage of the teams doing anything at dusk? It was almost like there were the racers that finished during the day and then a whole separate set of racers that finished at night. But the departing times from the previous pit stop didn't seem to warrant that big of a spread. I guess there hasn't really been a bunch up since halfway through Episode 1, so the slower teams are just getting further behind and the difference gets greater. Good thing they'll travel next episode and everyone will get back on an even playing field.