3:35. Pat and Brenda take off. I learn, by hearing the one of them with long hair talk about "Pat" in the third person, that Pat is the one with the short hair. Okay, got it. "Pat" = "short." I can do that. Brenda explains that she and Pat are basically funk soul sisters, except less funky and not as soulful. And they're not, technically, sisters. Apparently, they have a history of backpacking. Brenda mentions that it's damn early in the morning, a factor that I think is an interesting one. Are the teams that left in the middle of the night suffering from the lack of sleep? Hard to say.
World's Most Tenuous Alliance. In the car, Margarita is trying to explain to Loud Pushy Frank that she never promised she knew where the museum was; she just thought she saw a sign. Frank is having none of it. After once addressing her as "woman" (shut UP, Loud Pushy Frank!), he insists that she told everyone she knew where it was. Just a guess here? She didn't.
Lenny and Karyn are museum-hunting. Pat and Brenda are asking around. Loud Pushy Frank is inquiring loudly. Joe practically jumps into somebody's car. Back off, Joe!
Loud Pushy Frank says he's "going to punch [Margarita] in the top of the head" for saying she'd seen a sign for the museum. She's trying to explain that she hadn't meant to commit the entire group to an hours-long hunt for said sign, but the LPFrank ego is not hearing it. "You're lying," he says flatly. "You told everybody you saw a Songwe Museum sign." "I said I THOUGHT I did," she clarifies. Bitterly, she adds, "Thanks for your support, Frank, by the way." A flock of birds flies over and drops a pile of leaves on Margarita's head, and on each leaf is a letter of the alphabet. Margarita fails to notice that they spell "GET A DIVORCE. MARGARITA, THIS MEANS YOU."
Meanwhile, rest of the alliance, lost and confused, is wasting away again in Margarita-ville.
Okay, look. I made the joke. That's the bad news. The good news is that now that I've made it, I'm really very unlikely to make it again. Honestly, what are the odds? I mean, first of all, there are only so many episodes of this show, and second of all, I do have some compassion and love in my heart for all of you. So probably, that joke isn't coming up again. Look on the bright side.