At 500 feet, Ernie deactivates the autopilot. "500 feet, go outside," Sandy tells Jeremy. Amani tells Marcus the same. "One dot above," Cindy tells Ernie, whatever that means, although I'm guessing it has to do with angle of descent. Ernie disagrees with her assessment, but it's moot because she's let their fake airspeed drop to 100, so their fake plane goes into a fake stall. The instructor explains how the copilot has to maintain airspeed, and since that didn't happen, they basically fell out of the air. "That attempt was unsuccessful," he sums up. "Sorry, my bad," Cindy says as Ernie rolls his eyes. Control freak, control!
Sandy and Amani are both telling their respective partners that they got it. But Marcus smacks into the runway pretty hard, rocking the whole simulator, whereas Jeremy makes a smooth, straight landing. Worse, Marcus veers clear off the right side of the runway. "Landing was a bit harsh," the teacher says diplomatically. I used to tell my wife Trash the old saying that any landing you can walk away from is a good one, which may be why she doesn't like to sit next to me on the plane any more. But Jeremy and Sandy successfully bring their plane to a safe stop on the fake tarmac, having done it on the first try. "Nice work, here's your next clue," the instructor says. They run out of the simulator happily while Marcus covers his face with his hands in unsimulated frustration.
Out in the hangar, Sandy reads from the clue, "Find the former residence known as 'The Dump.'" Sounds lovely. Phil says they'll have to figure out that "The Dump" is actually the former residence of Margaret Mitchell, "The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Gone with the Wind." And she lived in a dump? But a writer's life is so glamorous! In fact, I'm wearing new house slippers right now! Outside the big red block of a house, a woman in a Scarlett O'Hara getup is waiting to hand them their next clue. Jeremy and Sandy are off, and are pretty pleased to see two other cabs still waiting outside when they emerge. They get in and ask their driver to look up on his phone "the former residence known as The Dump." But then they decide to ask someone at...an intersection. Because if you want to do research, the place to go is where two streets meet. Whatever, you two, go ahead and take a ride to Peachtree and Peachtree, see if I care.