Meanwhile, Earl, Rachel and Daniel are giving up hope after searching all night. Right then Randy and Ronnie drive up in a golf cart. They're in suits, and Randy's talking on a Bluetooth. It's a very amusing scene, because it's completely unexpected. Randy makes Earl wait while he finishes up his presumably important business call on his Bluetooth. He asks someone to send him a link. Wait... have we ever seen Randy on a cell phone or a computer? And now he knows how to use a Bluetooth and links? Riiiiiight. Randy hangs up and tells Earl he won't believe what happened.
Earl tells us in voiceover about what happened: Randy started feeling more responsible since he had his own Randy. He tells Ronnie he's going to start growing a moustache and that Ronnie should watch out for aliens and birds, which is what the number two does. I love Randy's view of the world: Number ones grow a moustache. Number twos watch the skies. That would explain why he always appears to be in a daze, wouldn't it? Just then a wallet falls in front of them. Ronnie immediately wants to try crack with the money in it, but Randy tells the guy on a nearby ladder that he dropped his wallet. The man is so shocked at the honesty that the boys get to pick anything they want from his thrift store. That's where they get the suits. They're at a loss what to do now.
Luckily, a group of men in suits walks by and Randy decides they should follow them. They get welcomed to the "American Flange, Stoppers, and Fastener Manufacturers Trade Association Annual Convention." They're sitting in a lecture, where a guy monotones about a chart, when they get up to leave. The speaker asks where they're going, and Randy says, "This is boring." Ronnie adds, "I don't even know why we're here." Everyone agrees, and they decide to try to liven things up by making them less boring, just like FDR said. Or something. Turns out, Randy and Ronnie are the hit of the convention.
At the end of the day, there's an announcement that they're giving away a golf cart to the winner of their annual dance contest. Strobe lights come on, and It Takes Two starts up. Randy says, "Oh no they didn't!" and tells Ronnie to follow his lead. He starts breaking it down, like anyone with cheer camp training would do. Ronnie joins in.