Lando and Calrissian head off, and the two blonde chicks (Tami and Celeste) are all like, buh bye. Tami says she won't miss Calrissian. Beez-natch, you just met her! Calrissian looks stung, but keeps going forward. Lando says, "Women are so brutal." Hey, I'm living proof of that. Harvey Whinerstein and Courtland Place are all like, "I think we're in Asia! I think we're in Argentina!" Dude, you are in a dried-out river bed. Get a move on.
Am I supposed to care who the host is? I don't. He booms that Lando and Calrissian are "energized yet exhausted," as if, and that everyone follows them out ten minutes later. Copycats. The backpack is hard to get used to, since it "weighs as much as a ten-year-old." Since when are children used as units by which to measure things? Like, "Damn, I had to move so many boxes this weekend -- about three fifteen-year-olds' worth." Or, "Shit, that's a big box of laundry detergent. Maybe about a five-year-old." Celeste collapses, but Tami, super-breeder, is used to the load. Celeste rests while Tami looks for a tent site. Dude, they just left, like, ten minutes ago. Harvey Whinerstein and Courtland Place break off from the trail of nerds heading north and find tire tracks, and what look like hoof prints. "Buffalo," says Harvey. "Tyrannosaurus," says Courtland. "Idiots," says Alex. The host booms that everyone must rest for six hours a day. Does that include sleep? Can they sleep for twelve hours and then rest for six? If so, sign me up for this. Everyone sets up camp, like, fifty yards from where they started, and goes to bed. Still you-know-what.
Sunrise. No one knows what continent they are on. No one has any more clues. They eat their meals-in-a-bag, pack up, and head out to walk some more. Pant puff puff. Lando and Calrissian see a campground and head over. Calrissian suggests that, if there are people there with info that can help them, they should bribe these purported people into not helping anyone else with this so-called information. Lando doesn't want to play that way. Isn't he great? Isn't my boyfriend great? Calrissian asks whether Lando played sports in school, and isn't he competitive? Yes he did, and he is, but he "doesn't want to push someone off [to] the sidelines just to make that score." Aw. Lando. Calrissian says that this isn't like playing football in Kansas. Oh, but it is. Tami and Celeste -- The Blondes -- see the campground and head toward it, way, waaay behind Lando and Calrissian.
No one is at the campground. Calrissian wipes her brow. The Blondes find a cigarette pack and think they are either in Greece or Turkey. Tami asks Celeste whether she was in a sorority, and that she should read the pack. Then she cackles. Yeah, sororities usually have Greek names, but the girls? Rarely read Greek.