Clap 'You can't hardly move for remote castles!'
Clap The series has never seen anything like the beard-styling branch of the Detour. And if Bruck is merciful, we will never see it again. That one shot of independently-moving spikes... yergh.
No hand movement I was set to criticize the wisdom of asking teams to find gingerbread pieces under snow. Yes, the flurry couldn't have been predicted, but heavier fall would have taken out the branch. As-was, however, none of the teams who tackled that half seemed to have any trouble with finding things, light coating or not. So consider this a lucky escape -- but next time, be more careful with outdoor search tasks in winter.
Slap Kind of a boring Roadblock. As the teams themselves noted, it was essentially curling with gnomes. The luck element wasn't too heavy -- it was clearly possible to eventually range in on the effort required. But as far as the actual minigame? Boring.
Clap Okay, who put that cow patty in front of Brendan's foot? You? Fine. Here's your bonus check. Now never do it again unless we're not looking.
No hand movement It feels like the episode was designed around multiple potential bunch points (trains & hours of operation), but the results on the previous leg served as a partial natural foil.
Clap 'Phil, I'd like to answer your mat questions, but I have to go throw up now.'