Slap A Speed Bump and Double U-Turn on the same leg still basically amount to an Eliminate One Team Free card if anyone thinks to use it on the pair starting in last place. If the idea of the Speed Bump is to make things more difficult while still allowing some chance of recovery, the U-Turn wipes out the last part of that statement. As-was, that team was just too far back to recover all the way: the Speed Bump dropped behind the U-Turned teams -- but it remains a bad combo.
No hand movement Since Alison Grodner is not on this staff, I will presume there's a spot on the application for listing all allergies.
Slap The water supply branch of the Detour provided virtually no chance for shortcuts. Allowing teams to think their way through a challenge is a good thing, and this task ultimately amounted to -- waiting in line. For a very long time. About the only hope anyone had was bribes, and that's too risky a move when you don't know if you're facing taxis later.
Clap There's always time for a safari. (But that would have been the perfect place to include a camera sponsor.)
Clap A decent amount of foot travel in this leg. You don't always need to get lost on the map: stranded inside a dot works just as well.
Slap At this point, I think we can safely assume standard Pit Stop rest times as we know them are dead. And without knowing what the replacements are...