Previously on VanMunsterhaus: Vienna beckoned, so there was really no need to dawdle in Venice unless you were a pigeon or a gondolier. Exhaustion put in an appearance as Tian harangued about the burden of Jaree's backpack and Millie's lungs waved a little red sign that said, "HELP! HELP HELP!" Millie was very put out with Chip for running into her fingernail with his nose. He bled on the virgin, the inconsiderate ape! ["THAT'S PART OF THE RITUAL. WHAT ARE YOU, NEW?" -- Tsathoggua] Austria's powerful musical traditions sent Josh and Steve through a hazardous waltz of fire on their way to the Fast Forward, and sent Jon and Kelly to a fateful meeting with Campy von Beethoven, Ludwig's great-great-great-great grandnephew. The Pectoral College realized it needed to take fewer transfer students from the Barbizon Schools of Modeling, and perhaps impose a stricter SAT cutoff. There was bungee-jumping, because the failure to include bungee-jumping would violate the Geneva Convention. Karma walked up to Russell, tapped him on the shoulder, spat on the floor, and said, "You. Out." (Incidentally, there are four -- count them, four -- appearances by The Horns of Perseverance during these previouslys, making them the best previouslys ever, based solely on HoP count.)
"Who will be eliminated..." The national debt doubles to four hundred jillion dollars and twelve cents, and W's rolling Oval Office desk chair (which he calls the "wheelie seat") is repossessed. "...tonight?"
Credits. This week's Fun Fact You Can Learn By Zaprudering The Credits With The Assistance Of TiVo: As it turns out, Millie keeps one foot on Chuck's goodies at all times. [BOMP.]
Commercials. Sometimes Mommy goes shopping instead of supervising your use of the automatic ice maker, because she's a very, very bad mommy. That's why Daddy is seeing Tiffani.
We zoom in and out of the Seeschloss Orth as Phil reminds us that it was the third pit stop. Phil has the brown suede jacket on over a black and white speckly sweater, and that is not working for me. It may be because I have that sweater myself. I'm fairly girly, Phil; you and I should not have much in the way of overlapping wardrobe. Eat/Sleep/Mingle reveals Millie slapping AirSteve on the shoulder (though she will probably later claim that he rammed her hand with his body). Phil wonders aloud whether Millie's asthma or the Chipsters' obnoxious behavior will result in further problems. I vote for a crossover storyline where Millie breaks Reichen's jaw with her inhaler.