And he's running again, downstairs, and this is kind of what an avalanche might look like if it were made of people. And now he's going up an escalator. And now he's running again, only he has one bag instead of two like he had before. Is that a mistake? Because we didn't see him losing one. Maybe that was in Good Morning America's secret scene which I didn't watch because I AM NOT A SUCKER.
So the security line looks longer than a lineup for any ride at Disneyworld, and Hurley runs to the front of it, apologizing profusely as he goes, saying that "it's an emergency." But the unimpressed security guard stops the very sweaty Hurley and tells him to go to the back of the line, ignoring Hurley's pleas. Hurley finally heads back, and we see Arse in line, glaring at Hurley, and then admonishing the man in front of him in line for only now taking out his laptop. I like that. Makes me remember how happy I was when Arse bit it.
So now Hurley's made it through security -- this is the longest goddamn scene ever -- and he rests for a moment in front of the arrival/departure screens. An elderly gentleman glides by on a scooter, and Hurley yells out, "Hey, old guy!" I'm sure that'll put him in the mood to help, Hurley. Hurley offers him $500 for the scooter. Old Guy says he just had a hip replacement -- of course he did, for he is Old Guy -- and he needs the scooter. Hurley digs out what I'm guessing is all the cash in his wallet and raises the offer to $1,600. Old Guy smiles.