Oswald is now explaining to Mirna about the deal he and Danny made with the BQs. He clearly tells her that he and Danny offered to take money for a Yield. Mirna tells Oswald that she and Charla would have given him money -- not that she says how much, and Charla specifically said they didn't have that much when she was offering before -- and then she interviews that she was "disappointed" at this, which is tantamount to making a "deal with the devil." Not surprising, of course, that Satan's own ambassador would see it that way.
Eric and Pink get to the tower and take the elevator to the top. He tells her that if it's a Roadblock, then she can do it. She says that she's "a little nervous," probably because they're going up so high. When they get off the elevator, they're stunned to see that they've been Yielded again -- by Danny and Oswald. Burn!
We take a break, and when we come back, Pink is bitching about how "ridiculous" it is for them to be Yielded, and how she can't understand why anyone would do this. Apparently, she hadn't considered the fact that from a strict protect-yourself-from-elimination perspective, you always Yield the last-place team. Eric shrieks at Danny that he's got something for him, and of course, it turns out to be the finger. The finger! How would anyone respond to such a piercing criticism? Danny might have to stick his thumbs in his ears and waggle his fingers. Elsewhere, Oswald is telling the camera once again how bad he feels, how much he didn't want to use the Yield, flibbety-floo. He does add that "it was in the spirit of the game," but I'm not sure his heart's in that as much as it rightly should be.
Elsewhere, the BQs talk about the fact that Eric and Pink are probably really bummed at being Yielded again. Hey, I'm sure they're taking it like good sports and not big crybabies. Nothing to worry about.
Danny jumps off the building. They share a little smooch, Oswald calls him "Danny the jumping bean," and they're off. Of the instruction that they travel by taxi, Oswald notes, "It's a good thing we have money." In the cab, Danny describes the Yield thing as "bad karma versus no money." I like their definition of "karma" less and less, I have to say. I must have a honkload of bad karma floating around, just from all the times I bluffed at nickel-dime-quarter poker in law school. (Note: I was terrible at poker. TERRIBLE. Maybe I am too moral to pull it off.)
Back at the Yield, Eric and Pink continue to cool their heels. Eric bitches in an interview that they started out being all trusting, and they were so mad that it didn't pay off. "I have no respect for Danny and Oswald anymore," Eric says. This is a little bit like Paul Williams calling you "shorty."