Country-wide traffic laws (in the UAE) impose stringent penalties for certain violations, particularly driving under the influence of alcohol. Penalties may include hefty jail sentences and fines, and, for Muslims (even those holding U.S. citizenship), lashings. Persons involved in an accident in which another party is injured automatically go to jail until the injured person is released from the hospital. Should a person die in a traffic accident, the driver of the other car is liable for payment of compensation for the death (known as "dhiyya"), usually the equivalent of 41,000 U.S. dollars. Even relatively minor accidents may result in lengthy proceedings, during which both drivers may be prohibited from leaving the country. On the next episode of The Amazing Race: Spoiler [size=+2]If You're Gonna Whine, Just Shut Up![/size] The teams travel to the Victoria Memorial Hall in Calcutta, India. Halfway to the airport, two Teams realize they have made serious tactical errors that force them to retrace their steps. Will they be left in the dust? Linda & Karen get into a dispute with a local cab driver, who gets the local police involved. Infighting plagues a couple of Teams, who struggle to complete the Roadblock. Frustration with a partner's performance leads one Racer to exclaim, "You know, I could do that much better than you!" One Team chooses to go for the Fast Forward but is shocked to learn they must shave their heads. Will they do it and take the Fast Forward?