Terence and Sarah wait in suspense while their agent works the phone, first learning that the Singapore flight is still open and then that they can get tickets. They're told to hurry, but that doesn't stop Terence from bitching at Sarah for outrunning him as they dash down the terminal. Maybe you could snap it up a little, running coach. At the gate, Ken and Tina are boarding their plane, and Ken's microphone barely catches her saying, "Honey, I don't think Terence and Sarah can make it," as they walk to the jetway. But even with her mic off, it's still a jinx, because Sarah and Terence make it on board. With that, both teams are wheels-up to Singapore.
Andrew and Dan are leaving at 12:44p.m. pretty much confirming for me that this was an 18-hour break, because the sun was still up, if low, when they arrived at the end of the last leg. Anyway, as they drive back to Auckland, Dan is in the back hoping that there aren't many flights. Andrew solo-interviews, "Dan's really intense sometimes." For some reason, they replay the clip of him from last week saying, "It's the turning point of my relationship with Dan." In the car, Andrew wonders aloud where Cambodia is, and Dan tells him, "Asia. You didn't learn that in school?" "No, I didn't go to fancy private school like you," Andrew says, and then interviews that sometimes Dan can be pretty wacky. "Sometimes too wacky, and then we don't focus enough on what we're doing." Is that really the issue with them? Because of all the things I could accuse Dan of, wackiness is pretty far down the list. I'd put it somewhere between his arsonist tendencies and his vampirism.
Team Divorced are arriving at that increasingly popular Flight Centre, and learn that the next flight they can take will be leaving at 4:55. Dallas and Toni arrive shortly afterwards and find them still there, meaning they either gained on them on the motorway or it takes Kelly and Christy 45 minutes to buy plane tickets. They sit down across from the agent who isn't helping Kelly and Christy, and Dallas openly asks to get on the same flight as them. Which triggers the coping mechanism that Kelly and Christy have developed. Kelly whispers into Christy's ear, "Doesn't that hair remind you of Teen Wolf?" Ah, no. Teen Wolf's hair was entirely different, in both states. Dallas's hair is more Growing Up Gotti. But Christy looks over, and they share a wink and a chuckle that I'm sure they think is subtle. Dallas doesn't miss it, though, and does an interview in which he says they "irk my nerve... I wonder what they'd look like when they don't paint their faces in the morning." Yes, harping on one another's appearances does indeed make all parties look better. We do see what Team Divorced looks like when they're walking out of the Flight Centre, saying, "It looks like Teen Wolf and Wolf Mother are going to be on the flight." Which indeed they are. But ladies, don't go making fun of Toni for Dallas's hair. That's not cool.