The Cootes climb aboard their RV with another crown. Jake wants to win even more crowns for everyone in the family, including Grandma. I got an e-mail from that grandma, and she doesn't strike me as the kind of person who would want a crown due to a complete and total lack of a sense of humor. Jennifer once again loves the feeling of the other families' jealousy.
Reno is back in his fake RV. He tells us the families are heading to Vegas and some hotel theatre, which I'm sure is very classy. The Cootes prepare themselves to beat the Pollards once again. In their RV, the Pollards say absolutely nothing new about the Cootes and it's getting really old. The RVs arrive in Vegas, and Silvio loves the fake New York skyline of New York New York Hotel and Casino and says he feels like he's home. Amie unfortunately describes the hotel they're headed towards as "that colored one." With that Southern accent of hers, it sounds like she's talking about something very different.
The families arrive at the theatre, which Amie pronounces using an amazing 50 syllables. Reno is waiting for them on stage, and this is the closest he'll ever get to playing Vegas in his stand-up career, I hope. If not then it says bad things about this country and our taste in comedy. "How cool is this place?" Reno asks. It's a freaking auditorium, Reno. The floors are probably sticky and the seats are old and gross. It's not cool. Reno says he wants to put on a magic show for the families. Fine, but do I have to watch it? Oh. I guess I do. But it's so lame and free of talent that I refuse to recap it except to say that Amie's expression as she gives Reno polite applause is awesomely disgusted and bored. Reno says it's time for some good magic from Penn and Teller. "Penn and Teller are famous icons," Amie explains in a way that makes me think she has no idea who they are despite all of their supposed fame.