3:04 AM. BJ and Tyler. They rip their clue and start trying to figure out which way the airport is. BJ explains that they "both believe in karma in terms of personal relationships with people." He says that they get people to help them by "using humor." This is illustrated by the fact that they do a Silly Walk away from the cab driver they've just asked for directions. I don't know about you, but I somehow feel confident that the cab driver there did not walk away from them saying, "Clownish Americans are delightful." Surprisingly, the rest of the episode does suggest that he didn't immediately speed up to run them over.
3:09 AM. It appears as though Lake and Michelle's clue tells them to go to Rafael Palmeiro, Italy, according to Lake's pronunciation. They run and catch up to a waiting BJ and Tyler, and as Tyler and Michelle high-five, Tyler says, "Mamma mia!" There's nothing the Italian people like better than an American yelling "Mamma mia!," I'm sure, so I hope he keeps that up. I recommend he add, "That's-a spicy meatball!" In a voice-over, Lake says that Michelle has "room to grow" as a navigator. I hope that she turned to him when they watched this episode and said, "I'll keep it to myself where you have room to grow." And I hope it was in front of their friends. Lake then gives a weirdly disembodied interview where he says that Michelle's maybe been right once, while he's been right three or four times, and that he's "still the leader of this team." It's weird how, when he narrates himself, it's like he feels obligated to say asshole things, even though he isn't an asshole most of the time.