The turbulence on the Darling jet has gotten so bad that glasses are crashing all over the place. Clark's talking to the cabin about it all. Karen freaks out. Nick tries to call Clark on a phone thing, and Clark tells Nick he's a little busy, but they should buckle their seat belts. Karen sidles up next to Nick, buckles hers, and tells Nick he loves her, really. Brian (and me): "You've got to be kidding me!" Nick doesn't know what's always kept him and Karen apart, but he knows in his heart she's "the one" and she always has been. They kiss, and Brian tries not to cry. Not because of the fear, but because of the disgust that his brother and sister are making out, most likely. The turbulence ends, and Clark tells them he's sorry about that. Karen moves away from Nick, pulls out her nail file, and is all, "You were saying?" Does anyone even remember what was being said before the turbulence? I know Nick doesn't.
The jet has landed somewhere, and Clark answers Brian's "Where the hell are we?" by telling him they're in Wilkes-Berry, Pennsylvania. Brian freaks out and says he made a commitment and people are counting on him. Karen says she might be late, too, but she's not throwing a fit. He says he'd be calm, too, if he had a river of vodka running through him. Nick suggest they drive, so they rent a ... convertible. And there's our episode title. As they're speeding along with Brian at the wheel, Karen wonders why she couldn't drive. Other than the vodka? Brian offers that she drives like Grandma Darling. Nick says, "Oh yeah, and you drive like Bo Duke." Nice. I wonder if John Schneider can be on anything without a reference to The Dukes of Hazzard. I'm guessing not. Anyway, Brian's in a hurry, but he has to pee.
While Karen and Nick wait for Brian, Karen tells him she's not going to talk about the declaration on the plane, because she doesn't need to, since she knows he meant it. He protests that the plane was going down, and she says that's how she knows it was from his heart. She wonders what he'll do now. But Patrick calls, so he takes it. Patrick wonders why Watley hates Tripp so much, but Nick says that was before his time, though he acknowledges the hate for Tripp isn't unlikely since he has plenty of enemies. Nick tells Patrick they're running a little late with his minister, but Patrick has no idea what he's talking about, since there is no big state dinner. Brian comes out of the woods, and Karen races him to the driver's seat. She wins, and Brian hops in back.