Right on cue, here's Lenny and Karyn's dumbest fight yet, literally involving whether she said "please" before she took the clue from him so she could look at it. Oh, come on, people. He goes on to do a really painfully shrewish imitation of her. I'd like to be able to smirk at it, but it's really rather sad. In a voice-over, he agrees with Paul that he'd rather have his sweetie than a million dollars. Prediction? He's going to wind up with neither, in the end.
Team Guido arrives at the port. Bill says he "could see that there was a lot of animosity in that room." Yeah, nice catch, dude. Joe and Bill go right to the ticket counter and wait until a guy shows up. As Margarita explains it, Bill takes control of the ticket-buying as the rest of them stand by watching (including Brennan, still in his dorky visor, and Rob, now in his idiotic backwards baseball cap). Bill tells us that he wanted to make the arrangements so that he and Joe could get a private room, "strategize" more (is that what the kids are calling it these days?), and get some rest. Apparently, the agent (who gives better customer service than my bank) told Bill he could give the teams a group rate. Frank whines in a voice-over that although Bill did buy them all tickets in a group, he would have screwed them and gone off by himself if he could have. It seems to me that this is Frank's general approach -- whenever anyone does anything that's helpful to him, he dismisses it by saying that they would have screwed him if they could have. Shut up, Loud Pushy Frank. (DRINK!)
Bill tells us that when the tickets showed up, Margarita started "screaming at [him]," and we get a cut to Margarita asking insistently for her ticket, but not screaming. (All-too-common insult directed at women: all strong statements constitute "screaming," "screeching," et cetera. Just a note, from me to you.) Bill is patronizing the hell out of Margarita, who just wants him to stop holding everybody's ticket and let them all have their own. In other words, Bill (who presumably has taken everyone's money to pay for the tickets) has grabbed physical possession of the tickets and is holding them hostage, but Margarita wants hers in hand, as she should. Bill is waving his hands and acting like she's being completely unreasonable. Bill, in an interview, snots that if he had wanted to, he could have ripped up everybody else's tickets and thrown them away. For God's sake, Bill, could you be more impressed with your own petty power struggles? You're not Gordon Gekko, so just pipe down. Back in the port, Joe joins the fun, holding up a hand in this incredibly annoying and (again) patronizing way, as if he's everyone's second-grade teacher. Margarita voices over that the mood is turning pretty "anti-Guido." No kidding, and furthermore, no wonder.