Interestingly enough, Jeebus's cab driver isn't doing much better with finding the club, although he may be distracted by the fact that he's enthusiastically eating while driving. Eventually, Hungry Driver stops to ask directions, and it happens that there's an angel in twinkle-lights in the window of where they stop. I'm sorry, did I say "it happens"? What I meant to say was that God put the angel there so that their driver would stop there and ask for directions. Or that God put the angel there to give Jeebus encouragement. Or that God made the person inside give the right directions because there's an angel in the window. Whatever. It's one of those, Jeebus seems pretty sure. Here, they replay as a voice-over that annoying comment about "spiritual advantage" from Episode 1. I also think I would be remiss if I didn't mention that it's a fairly curvaceous angel. What meaning that has, I simply don't know.
Tara and Wil are yelling at their cab driver, which really doesn't appear to be helping anything. Among other things, she yells the street number in Spanish like the driver is an idiot, which I really don't think is going to do a whole lot. The driver says, "Yeah, yeah," and Tara makes fun of him. Even if it weren't bitchy as hell, which it is, that isn't very smart. I don't like her very much more than I like him. Jeebus, meanwhile, finds the club first. In an interview, Cyndi says that they've never been in a place quite like this before, what with the mostly-naked dancers with big headdresses and everything. I suppose they don't have too much of that stuff at their church, even on the really big holidays. Cyndi apparently worries that seeing the dancers would corrupt her, because she tells us in her interview that she wanted to avert her eyes. Interestingly enough, Russell does not comment on whether he wanted to avert his eyes. They find the right dancer (starting out when Cyndi yells out rather hilariously, "Ladies! Ladies!" Hee!). Although Russell fumbles the kiss-kiss the dancer tries to give him, they do wind up with the clue.
In the world of Tara and Wil Getting Worse And Worse, they owe their driver forty (somethings), but Tara only wants to give him twenty. And then she wants to give him nothing. "You sucked!" she yells. "Come on, you sucked!" They enter the club just as Jeebus is leaving. In their cab, Russell and Cyndi are actually quite good-humored about what a good time everybody was having in the club, and they allow as how they don't really see too much of that in their part of the world. Yeah, it's a little cold for rhinestone-studded thong bikinis and feathered headdresses in most parts of the Upper Midwest. That's why we stay inside a lot and play Boggle.