Michael and Louie get out of their car to wander around on foot. A sign points to four separate destinations, two of which have the word "Cathédrale" in them, but Michael decides to go to the Office de Tourisme, which fortunately is one of the ones that also says " Cathédrale." Steve and Allie, however, are also out of their car, and have found a local to guide them over to the statues. Thus they're the first to find the "musician," and she leaves off her low-tech Theremin playing to hand them the clue. It's in the form of a champagne cork whose end is stamped with the legend, "Champagne Leclerc Briant" on one end. They ask their local guide where this would be, and are sent to Épernay. Steve's already looking forward to some bubbly. Doesn't Allie ever get thirsty?
Michael and Louie are in the tourist office asking for directions to the Joan of Arc statue, and are directed to the square they're currently right off of. It's also the same square Jet and Cord are approaching, on the quite solid logic that people put statues in squares. They get out and run along the sidewalk, dodging dog crap. They're suitably impressed by the size of the cathedral, and find the saw player doing her thing in the statue's shadow. They get their clue in second place as the Detectives are arriving. After reading their clue, Cord interviews, "You know there's a town about forty kilometers down the road named Champagne?" Why no, I didn't. Any particular reason you bring it up? They're already on there way there, while the Detectives return to the tourism office. You know, to get directions so they don't end up in the wrong place or anything.
Dan and Jordan are jogging up to the statue of Joan of Arc on her horse, Jordan informing Dan in a scholarly way, "That's how she's most often depicted." Yes, that and on fire. They get their clue, and Jordan thanks Joan expansively before running off towards a sign that Dan asks Jordan to translate for him. "Office de tourism," Jordan guesses, which is quite a leap given that it reads "Office De Tourisme.<.i>" Inside, they find the Detectives. Hugs all around before they get back down to the business of directions. On the road to Épernay, Jordan babbles about champagne. "Is it like wine and then you just add, like, club soda?" I don't know; try mixing some up and tell me what it tastes like. I wouldn't want to waste the club soda.