Kara explains that she was on a team with "Robio" and "J-Bird" (heh), and that the boys were acting up as they usually do. Jay mentions to the postal carrier they'll be accompanying that he'll use his free time for an occasional cigarette, and she says, "You won't be smoking." Yeah, there's no negotiating with the post office. Just goes to show you. Meanwhile, Wendy and Austin have their carrier give them a few of her complaints. She finds the uniform sleeves too long, she says, because the summer gets very hot. Wendy nods somberly in her goofy white pith-helmet-looking thing, which is...kind of bizarre, but okay. Kara, elsewhere, asks about winter wear, and her carrier says that she'd like to be able to layer things, because in the winter, you want to be able to shed a thing or two if you get hot. Jay asks how No-Cigarette Lady would feel about a "warm-up suit" idea, and she says that would work if it were "tastefully done." Yeah, no slutty warm-up suits for letter carriers.
The groups bail out to deliver some mail. As Rob explains, his group decides to start the day by being overwhelmingly friendly, and No-Cigarette Lady looks embarrassed as all hell to be with these people who are yelling "Gooood morning!" to everyone. There's such a thing as too much friendliness. As they walk, Kara explains to us that she was immediately very conscious of how uncomfortable the polyester pants were. See? She learned a valuable lesson. Who ever said reality television wasn't educational?