Drunken cameramen careen around LAX (aw, hi, guys!). Chip then reads some instructions that direct them to put the SUVs in a particular lot, "Park One." Russell and Cindy are doing the same lot-search mambo, and when they need to make a left, they find that there's a big sign that says you can't make a left. They agree to ignore the sign. Man, where's that cop when you need him? They appear to be the first ones to arrive at the lot, park their SUV, and make their way to the airport shuttle. It sounds like Russell just asks the shuttle driver for Lufthansa, taking a sort of "SwissAir, SchmissAir" attitude. Steve and Josh pull in next. When they stop, Josh can see the terminal, so he tells his dad they'll have to walk. When his dad questions him about whether they're really supposed to walk all the way to the terminal, Josh condescendingly snots, "Yes, there's going to be a lot of walking on this trip." Of course, even people not on television shows have to come to LAX for flights, so the odds that they'd make you walk that far and have no other form of transport? Not good, there, genius. They take off running. In the shuttle, meanwhile, Russell orders the driver not to stop for anyone on the way to Lufthansa. He and Cindy high-five and congratulate themselves on how swift they are for being on their way to Lufthansa. Mm-hmm.
ClownJon and Al are trying to find their way to the lot, and they make a screeching last-minute exit from the freeway, followed by Kelly and BuffJon. Just behind them are Chuck and Millie.
David and Jeff are on the highway, and voice-over that they had a little trouble getting out of the stadium. They call it "ironic" that they would get lost on the way to LAX, where they've both gone many times. Surprisingly, that is ironic, given the setting, which probably brings the Perceived Irony Accuracy Rate for reality television contestants in the last ten years to a smoking 3.7 percent or so. Debra and Steve, meanwhile, are stuck in traffic. She looks extremely stressed out. Tian and Jaree have gotten confused, because they've stopped somewhere for directions. Apparently, they have trouble absorbing the information, because when Jaree tries to clarify the directions, the guy says to her, "I just told you three times." Bafflement is quite an epidemic among the pretty, as Chip also is forced to hop out of their SUV to seek directions from a taxi driver.