Back from commercials, we are still in Toronto, reliving the collision. And now, with Alex's perspective, despite the imperfect shot the camera guys managed to get after being left behind by Alex and Rolly, it does look a little like Rolly grabbed Alex's pack and that's what made him fall. At any rate, Mama steps out of the line they're waiting in and approaches an airport employee about getting a ticket for the earlier flight out of Toronto. The airport employee, because she doesn't know Mama Weaver, takes the Weavers back to an office to deal with their ticket. Boo, helpful airport employees! The Linzes, still in line, note this development with a notable lack of enthusiasm. The Weavers get on the 3:00 PM flight to Montreal, rather than the 4:00 flight on which the teams were previously scheduled. Although the Weavers hope there are no more seats on that earlier flight, the Linzes do in fact get seats on the same flight. So now, as the non-Amazing Yellow Lines indicate, all teams are on the way to Montreal. I still don't get how the Bransens didn't wind up substantially ahead if their flight was direct, but I assume there were some timeline shenanigans related to editing and they actually left Minneapolis substantially after the Linzes and Bransens. For whatever reason, though, the Linzes and Weavers are scheduled to land in Montreal at 4:10 PM; the Bransens are scheduled to land at 5:00 PM. Since we've all been distracted by physical violence since he originally told us, Phil reminds us of the bit about the train station and underground tunnels they'll be looking for when they get to Montreal.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 504 USERS: C+
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