Plane in the air. Plane landing in Seattle. As the Teeth walk through the terminal, Paige voices over that when they all got off the flight to Seattle, they went for their Alaska flights and discovered that the Adultery Ex-Alliance had a flight to Alaska ten minutes earlier than the one the Teeth had, so they're running a tiny bit behind.
At 7:20 PM, the Taraweasel/Boston plane leaves Seattle. At 7:30, the Teeth plane follows. Two Amazing Yellow Lines -- one just a bit behind the other -- make their way from Seattle to Anchorage on The Amazing World Map. The Adultery Ex-Alliance plane lands at 9:35, and they make their way through the airport, looking mighty tired. It's starting to be really obvious that these people are wrecked. Taraweasel grabs a cab (she's really quite polite, incidentally -- it's one of her nicer moments), and then Boston grabs one as well. Both cabbies seem to know right where to find Rust's. Alex asks his driver to try to stay away from the Taraweasel cab to avoid the inevitable following that's to come, but I think that's rather a tall order, considering that they're starting at the same place and going to the same place. Not a whole lot the cabbie can do.
Taraweasel is first to arrive at Rust's, with Boston right behind them.
The Teeth plane lands at 10:05, so it looks like their flight was delayed a little, because their lag has increased to half an hour. They run out of the airport and look for a cab.
Back at Rust's, Boston climbs into their plane, and Chris tells the pilot as quietly as he can to take them to Trapper Creek. Wil, on the other hand, just directs his pilot to follow Boston. "Follow that plane," he says. (Did he just instruct his pilot to take him to Trapper Creek, as the clue reportedly requires? I think you could argue that he didn't.) On the Boston plane, Chris says that he and Alex are hopeful that Wil and Tara don't know the destination -- they don't, of course, not that they're going to pay any kind of price for it. "It's kind of like a bad movie, where you say 'follow that cab,' except we were following the plane," Wil says helpfully. Thank you so much, Wil. I never would have made that tricky connection without you. When can I stop watching this man on television? Oh, yeah. In about an hour.