Okay, well since you liked that....
Z/L just left the rock. Z did the task, because his dad suffers from vertigo. Amani, the pro footballer's wife, and Jeremy just finished the roadblock, and the previously hopelessly lost Cindy/Ernie are on the rock, and Ernie is now done as well. Bill (Grandpa) is going up the rock and his wife is commenting that she likes the view she has (of his backside). His response: "Aw, ya old lady!"
Somehow Z/L after bragging about their sailing skills have now gotten "hopelessly lost" in their words while trying to direct their boat driver, via the map (part of the task), to the pit stop. The twins still aren't at the rock.
Jeremy and his partner (third), Z/L (fourth--because as bad as they were on the water, the teams that arrived before they did were even worse at directions on land and couldn't find the pit stop), the footballer player and wife, Cindy and Ernie, and finally Grandpa and Grandma are safe in seventh.
The twins lag in (finally) but it's a non-elimination leg. I think it's kind of odd they'd have another non-elimination leg so soon.
These teams really, really have a hard time with directions of any kind, whether the kind that explain a task or the kind that show up on compasses and maps.
Oh, yeah, and early in the race Grandma and Grandpa were really funny as they urged on their terrific cab driver, who kept passing everyone else. Another team--I can't remember which one--commented on how gracious the Thai people are. I thought it was nice that nobody appears to be insensitive to local people in this episode. Quite the opposite, actually.
Next week, they get to ride elephants, a team gets lost in Bangkok (with this group, that's par for the course), and the twins have a tough time making it without any cash....