Sitting in line for Czech Air, Christina calls Hendekea and Azaria over and tells them that she has the number for Polish Air, and that she and her dad already have reservations. Chris interviews that this is the only team they "completely trust." She cautions Azaria that he'll need the country code in order to call. Azaria and Hendekea leave their spot in line and look for a phone to call Polish Air.
Kynt and Vyxsin are in the travel agency office, and Vyxsin snots that everyone else is "pointing and looking at us." "We're used to people pointing and looking at us," Kynt says. Have you forgotten how alternative they are? Because he thought he'd remind you. I can't stand this kind of thing -- this kind of camera-hogging bullshit where the mere fact that other teams are watching them get their tickets becomes yet another opportunity to continue the tiresome drumbeat of alleged "originality" that's already become boring.
Anyway, Nate and Jen decide to go over and try the travel agent themselves. As Jen notes in an obviously later-taped interview, she and Nate are the second team to abandon their spot in the Czech Air line to go for the travel agency. Ron and Chris visit the travel agency to just ask when the office next door opens. They stand in the door and call out to the agent -- not trying to make her do anything for them as far as tickets; just trying to find out when the office next door opens. This happens at places like the airport all the time, obviously, but Kynt decides to get himself all bent out of shape about it, of course. Kynt gets all pissy about how Ron has to get in line, apparently just to ask a question about the hours next door, and of course Ron gets all pissy in response, because he's Ron. They're both acting like dicks, really, but whether to look up and answer a question for one person while booking tickets for another person is a business practice of the travel agent, which Kynt is not in charge of enforcing. Ron isn't trying to shove him out of line or get in front of him; he's trying to ask a question, which is incredibly common in any business -- if you've ever been waited on at a counter, you know the practice of interrupting to ask where the bathroom is, or when the office next door opens, or what the hours are. People don't always wait in line to ask a question if their question will take thirty seconds and everybody else needs ten minutes; that's entirely standard, and it's really not any pale skin off Kynt's nose if the agent answers the question. They're really both wrong, and obviously, Ron's flying off the handle and "I didn't fuck with your reservations" and so forth is totally unnecessary, and he's acted like a dick before, so he gets the opposite of the benefit of the doubt. But Kynt is also sort of imperiously deciding what the travel agent's practices should be, which is a little much. Happiest? Nate and Jen, who are momentarily not the biggest jerks in the room. Christina apologizes for her dad, and Vyxsin's all, "I have a dad, too," like, thanks, but it's a little patronizing. Because do you also have a drama-queen "boyfriend"? I think you do.