Clap Thank you for stopping at the Hiroshima memorial. For the history. For not forgetting. For making them all shut up for five minutes.
Slap Bunches And Bunches Of Bunch Points.
Slap Appropriate protective equipment for being on a Japanese game show is as follows: helmet, elbow and knee pads, full torso armor, wrist reinforcements, shin guards, mouthpiece, extra cranial cap, genital coverage, safety goggles, optional force field, and just being somewhere generally safer, like, say, North Korea.
No hand movement Where in that sushi restaurant were the offerings identified? At a guess, the teams were seated with locals so someone could help them figure out what they were looking at -- but we don't know. It looked like everyone turned into an expert over the course of about fifteen minutes.
Slap No real sense of time passing for either Detour branch at a crucial point, plus anyone want to remember what happened the last time we had sushi sitting around all day? At least this looked like it might have once seen a fridge...
Clap Shaved ice! (Can I have some?)
Slap Go to high place. Retrieve clue. Go back down. Twice.
Mo hand movement You could argue the final trail to the Roadblock wasn't well-marked. You could also argue that if you're this far down the course, you should be taking more care to look for the markers.
Slap Speaking of not providing protective equipment, let's talk about the sleds. Better yet, let's not. Ever.
No hand movement The ascenders were unbalanced towards the male teams, but the sleds (well, so much for ever) favored the thinner females. Do two wrongs make a right? It's not easy to balance out the entire course, but...