Ray and Yolanda haul their bell to their little vehicle, and he lifts it into the back.
Over at the laundry lines, Dave and Lori are getting a little frustrated, as he isn't even sure what they should be looking for. Fast approaching are Lake and Michelle, who barely avoid a very embarrassing moment when she stops him from just starting to look through the laundry of some perfectly nice Palermo resident who put out the wash at the exactly wrong time. "Baby, people live there," she says. "That's their stuff." Heh. Now that would have been a Detour -- running away from angry locals after you start pawing through their underwear. They should have made that the Detour option, just so we could hear Fran and Barry say, "We'll take Strange Panties." Danielle and Dani, however, manage to find the laundry before Lake and Michelle, and their arrival is unhappily noted by Dave and Lori. Lake and Michelle soon join the group, and they're off.
"You having fun yet?" Lake asks as they all hunt through clothes. "No, I want to kill myself," says either Danielle or Dani. It's safe to say that would be an overreaction. Dave, for his part, sounds half-dead and is starting to doubt that there even are any Amazing Tags to be found. "Come on, we've got to give it a shot," Lori says gently. "Try a different line." Dave is not looking convinced.
Commercials. I have a feeling I'm not going to be seeing The DaVinci Code, either. It feels like Tom Hanks's hair does more and more acting for him.
Laundry chaos continues. Lori reminds Dave to hang the clothes back on the line after he takes them off, and he's all "I know that," which is what makes it funny that there are several pieces of clothes on the ground behind him at that precise moment. Maybe those are the things he decided to keep. You know, a pair of pants here, a shirt there -- it's a long race. Lake and Michelle give up on the lines they've been searching and head for another balcony.
Ray and Yolanda finish the bell Detour just as MoJo did -- he carries it up the stairs solo. I think it's really awkward to hold that thing between two people and coordinate the walking, so it might be easier this way, even if each person is plenty strong enough to do his or her share. Yolanda takes this opportunity to say, in a voice-over, that Ray is "everything [she's] looking for in a partner." That's nice. It's a little odd that they chose this moment to point it out, but...all right. ["Maybe she's been waiting all her life for a bell carrier." -- Wing Chun] Yolanda reminds Ray not to drop the bell on the priest's feet. Hee. Never injure the clergy; that is a pretty good rule of thumb. They get on their way with the next clue.