Finally, Kris and Jon get a cab, and in the cab, he's working on the driver, like, "Umm...we're...we're in a hurry..." Obviously, he hasn't received the memo about the importance of clapping and haranguing in international taxi behavior. They read their clue, and they head for a travel agency. It turns out that Spazpants is doing exactly the same thing with a different travel agent. Fortunately, the first travel agent that Jonathan sets out to berate tells him that he's out of luck, because she can't sign on to her computer at the moment. Boy, that is sad. I am so very filled with regret. In the cab, Jonathan cannot believe that Victoria made the travel agent's computer crash like that. "From now on, this is my part," he says, hoping that if he intervenes in time, she won't go screwing up the computers at the airport, too. She tries to tell him that he was scaring off the travel agent (probably true), but you can imagine how much he's listening.
Lori and Bolo are the first to the airport, and they get themselves on a flight via Rome that will leave Nice this evening at 6:05 PM. They decide to keep looking. Hornio follows, but they don't have much luck finding anything any earlier than that, either. By the time Nuance arrives, they head for Air France, but they get cut off by an approaching Lori and Booooo-lo, still looking for alternatives. It's very hard to tell where Nuance even is during this sequence, but Kendra winds up taking the position that Lori and Bolo cut in line. She tells them so, and then she tells us so, referring to Lori and Bolo as "the barbarians" in that lovely way she has. "We're actually getting very sick of their childish antics," sayeth the princess who can't walk through a foreign country without requiring a diplomatic maneuver of apology. Ultimately, Lori and Bolo are going with a flight through Rome, where they'll have to spend the night and then leave for Addis Ababa, not arriving until 10:00 the following night. So it's basically daytime on one day, and they're not going to get to the next clue until late night of the following day. It's a good thing Hayden and Aaron didn't miss that ferry, isn't it? There's no way they could have kept up with this blistering pace otherwise.