The Chippendales arrive at the pool first. They have to wear speedos and floral swim caps. Those rubber flowers are large and colorful, too. They try to class it up by wearing their Chippendales bow ties out of the changing room, but they have to take them off to perform.

The swim team has six members, and they perform over and over, to the same music. Phil calls it "Amazing Race" torture.

Jaymes and James thought the swimming would be easy, because they do choreography at work. But this has arm movements, and rolls, and spins. They fail over and over.

The Twins arrive at the pool and choose an instructor who doesn't speak English. They have trouble and decide to use the Express Pass because they only have two more legs where they can use it.

As the Twins get ready to leave, the Chippendales tell them not to waste the Express Pass because there are two other teams far behind. No one can say no to hot guys in floral swim caps, so the Twins jump back in the water. Both teams eventually pass.

Remember how Team Rock On switched Detours? They get dropped off at the wrong aquatic center. When they arrive at the correct one, the other teams are gone. 

One of the best parts of the episode is the swim coach. When she sees Rock On come out of the locker room, she says (in Russian), "I'm already afraid." And who wouldn't be? She's just spent however long watching two Chippendales run around practically naked, and then she sees these guys who are definitely not Chippendales.

As James and Abba flounder in the water over and over, the Coach looks like she is reevaluating her agreement to judge this strange American television show. She wishes she could fire somebody. When they finally pass, Coach is even happier than they are to see them leave.

The romance of Moscow

The Roadblock takes place on a bridge. The bridge has trees made of padlocks symbolizing eternal love and they are called, oddly enough, Trees of Love. The Roadblocker must choose a tree and a ring of keys, then unlock a series of locks that are attached to a ribbon. Once they unlock the ribbon they'll find the next clue. 

This bridge with the trees is a big spot for wedding pictures, there are at least four different wedding parties milling around. It's a pretty big bridge.

Trey takes the Roadblock for Texi and James takes it for the Chipps. 

Jaymes leans back on some stairs and eats a protein bar. Later, he sees a woman in a hot pink party dress walk past, and he asks her what club she's going to. She ignores him, and he turns to the camera. "That's Moscow: club gear at 3 in the afternoon." 

Spoiler: Trey still doesn't propose

Trey finishes the Roadblock first and they go to the Pit Stop at the Bolshoi Theater. Phil is waiting with an awesome accordion player. Trey and Lexi take first place for the second leg in a row, and he awards them a vacation to Maui. (Phil on Twitter: "You wanted me to say the word SPA this episode, well there you have it.") Then he asks how in love they are on a scale of 1 to 10. Lexi shouts out, "A thousand!!!" 

Fight like a married couple, make up like little kids

The Twins have trouble at the Roadblock. They seem to argue a lot. They kind of sound like they always do, but since there are no other teams around to irritate, they just bother each other. When it's over, Twin One says, "I swear you wasted an hour complaining." They both call each other the worst part of the Roadblock.

They arrive at the Pit Stop in third place, after the Chippendales. They aren't happy and tell Phil that they were horrible today. But they aren't arguing. They say they fight like a married couple and make up like little kids, which is better than fighting like little kids and making up like a married couple. 

What will Abba lose next, his mind? Too late.

After their relative success at the pool, Rock On heads to the Trees of Love. They tell their cab driver to wait because they think they'll grab a clue and leave. But they don't. After an unspecified amount of time, they decide to release their cab driver and get their stuff. But the cab is gone. Oops.