As he and Drew leave, Kevin explains that his diabolical plan was to keep the Guidos from being able to figure out where to go based on where they saw Drew and Kev emerge. Back to the maze, where Joe, playing directly into the hands of Team Shower-Fresh Scent, says, "You know, when the fatties got theirs, they got them over here someplace, I think." Ha! You're a tool, Joe. A tool and a pawn, and let's see you play some violins now, buster. Furthermore, if that ain't the Fattie Karma biting you in the ass, I don't know what it is. Meanwhile, in the Shower-Fresh Cab, Kevin says, "I hope they bought that whole thing." Drew: "I mean, when they start climbin' roofs right off the bat " Kevin: "What do you think, did they buy it?"
Nice editing brings us a lovely shot of the butts of the Guidos. What are they doing? Climbing roofs right off the bat. Fans everywhere jump up and cheer. "They [Kevin and Drew] were up on the roof," Bill says in a way he believes to be clever. (Now THIS, I would point out, constitutes "playing people like violins.") Next thing you know, here's Joe, trying to climb down from the roof. He has a raging wedgie, his natty Bill-matching pants are pinching the hell out of him, and Bill, on the ground, is awkwardly trying to grab his butt in a way that does more harm than good. Eventually, Joe drops down and Bill says, "Good job, good job." Yeah, no kidding. Great job letting gravity have its way with you! Woooo! As they go back to looking for the W-T, Joe encourages Bill to "sing 'Happy Birthday' or something."