Paul and Amie are the only ones to seek out the massage, but they're having trouble finding their way and deciding how to start to figure it out. "Make a decision," he says. "Why don't you make a decision?" she whines. Apparently, every fight Paul and Amie had in the first two episodes had one of those triangular recycling symbols on the bottom, because we certainly are seeing them all again. They do, however, eventually find a kid to lead them to the "Turkish Bath" where the massage can be found.
The only things I can say about the Frank and Margarita scene that follows are that he's rude, and that she calls him "Frankie." That? Is creepy.
Margaretta says she tends to make everyone get out of her way. She and Davey run through the streets, and she protests a little that he's perhaps going a bit too fast for her. "You're killing me," is what she says, technically.
Everybody runs for the coffee shop (except Paul and Amie, who run for the massage). Margarita actually says, "Frank, come ON," in a way that I don't like all that much better than the way he talks to her.
Commercials. Great Clips wants to cut my hair.
Tunisian Marketplace Atmospheric Establishing Shots. More running, and now we're at the café at last. Kevin and Drew get there just before Rob and Brennan, and both teams fetch the clue, which is a little cigarette lighter.
Paul and Amie find the massage. They get naked and wrap up in towels. She proceeds to get a really nice massage, which makes her smile goofily, and he proceeds to get a really mean massage, which makes him grimace like he's being stung by bees. Paul gets his neck yanked and his back stepped on and his face mashed. It's surprising where the comedy comes from sometimes.