BJ and Tyler, Lake and Michelle, and Fran and Barry all get to the carriages next. BJ and Tyler also "crack" the "code" as they're standing there. In the Lake and Michelle cab, this is the first time I notice that he shaved somewhere after the beginning of the leg. He definitely looks less creepy without the neat, angry little beard. He's taking deep breaths, trying to keep himself calm. Ray and Yolanda hit the steps and get their Athens clue. In the cab, Ray says that he's seen lots of shops in Rome, so he'll have to come back here sometime to spend his million dollars.
Teams begin arriving at the airport. Inside, Eric and Jeremy are the first to learn that the first flight to Athens is leaving at 7:25 PM. MoJo winds up with the same tickets. BJ and Tyler are just pulling up outside, and they come in and get the same tickets, too. Lake and Michelle, Fran and Barry, Ray and Yolanda everybody's got the same flight out of Rome, so they're all together again. The Amazing Yellow Line shows us that all the teams are on their way to Athens. As we see, Athens is a place characterized by big old buildings and people selling things from pushcarts. That's what I've always heard.
Fran and Barry seem to be the first ones to get a cab to the Agora. And Ray and Yolanda are next. Crazy! Topsy-turvy! Next: MoJo. "This is where thinking began," Monica announces in the cab. Does she mean right here in this very cab? Because that would be remarkable. As they pass Ray and Yolanda, Joseph says, "I don't get them." Monica agrees: "They're just all business. All about the race, all the time." Over in the Ray and Yolanda cab, Yolanda sees MoJo and comments, "I'm not sure there's a lot going on there." Ha! Yeah, me neither. Lake and Michelle get out of the airport next, meaning that the Choad Family is, for once, running behind. Jeremy asses it up in their cab, doing his best Animal House, momentarily letting that whole side of his personality just run roughshod over all the other parts of his personality, which isn't too difficult, since those other parts are tiny. In other news, Tyler invents the word "Taxi-doodle-doo."