And now, Azaria and Hendekea are back, and they're fighting, and in the course of this, he clearly implies that he does all the work on the team, so she shouldn't get a big head because he made one mistake and she was perhaps right about one thing one time. It's pretty brutal, in some ways. "One decision and you think you're all bad-ass," he says meanly, and given the way he talks to her (which is pretty shitty a lot of the time), I'm surprised that he doesn't hear how it sounds when he tries to flip this on her like this. I mean, it's obvious that he's just embarrassed about screwing up, and that's very human, but this is meaner than I would have anticipated he would be. She tries to take the position that now, he's taken them out of line and they're stuck with what he stuck them with and they'll move on, but he tells her that's not good enough -- she should be figuring out a way to get them out of it. "It" being...what he got them into. She chews on one finger, thinking, "Note to self: Next time people mention how Azaria's kind of an asshole, don't pretend to disagree." Christina tries to bail them out by asking them if they want to go over to the travel agency and see what the deal is over there. So basically, they're taking the spot that Nate and Jen just vacated at the back of the travel-agent line. They walk off.
Kynt and Vyxsin are told about the 6:00 AM flight via Prague, and over his shoulder, Hendekea asks how many tickets there are -- the same question, incidentally, that Nate and Jen just asked without incident in the other line full of non-whiners, but of course, Kynt has to step on the travel agent's prerogative to decide how to do her job again, and he's all, "Can we finish our transaction, please?" And I wish he'd stop saying "transaction," because it just sounds like blowhardiness for its own sake. I like Vyxsin okay, but I'm starting to think Kynt's kind of...not very nice.
Over at Czech Air, TK and Rachel are done, and behind them, Nick and Don ask for the same tickets. The agent asks if they want business class, and they're like, "No business class; economy, economy." You'll recall that teams on the race are not allowed to travel business class. Economy only. Nick also notes that it's now 5:10 AM, so they need to keep moving so they can make the 6:00 AM flight. Meanwhile, Christina and Ron relocate to the Polish Air office so they can purchase the tickets they've already reserved. Unfortunately, the ticket office says it doesn't open until 5:30 AM, so that's going to be tight as well.