Planes land, and now the drunken cameramen are running around the airport in Paris. Team Guido asks in French where the train is (well, la-dee-dah!), and they rush to it. Meanwhile, Rob explains to the camera that, "as expected," Joe and Bill have decided to bolt the alliance. "I'd say I was angry if I cared enough about them to really matter [sic]," Rob says, clearly angry. "As to them breaking their word," he continues, "it was going to happen eventually, so " Rob is angry.
Team Danza and Team Esquire are still allies, though, and take off together for the Eiffel Tower. Team Guido, meanwhile, is boarding the train. Joe annoyingly crows that Team Guido is number one, beating everybody else, yakkety yak. They're starting to really bug me. Last week, they were cute, but this week, they are impossibly smug. Simmer down, boys. It's a short walk to the shit list.
Commercials. A bear buys beer. Heh.
Okay. In Paris, it appears that the lead teams among those who didn't FF are Team Guido, followed closely by the Esquire/Danza Group (EDG). Team Shower-Fresh and Lenny and Karyn are right behind. Phil explains that the ultimate destination today is the Arc de Triomphe. Pat and Brenda FF'd, so they're actually out in front, arriving at the Arc first. (Other teams, remember, only know they're going to the Eiffel Tower so far.) Team Guido gets to the Tower first, and annoyingly reminds us again of that fact. Okay, I didn't want to have to do this, but -- shut UP, Team Guido.