John and Scott, meanwhile, are still looking for the bridge, having given up their taxi and now lacking both transportation and direction. Lisa and Joni are out of their cab and asking directions as well. John and Scott get to the clue first, and they choose the helicopters. Lisa and Joni see the boys as they go to find the clue. John reminds us in an interview that he's so afraid of flying that he's flown only once in eight years. He also notes in the cab that it certainly seems like they and Lisa and Joni are the last two teams. Elsewhere, Lisa and Joni find the clue and scream. They go for the helicopters. Yeah, I don't see them as motorcycle assemblers. They also yell in the cab, although it seems to be an offshoot of a "fat lady singing" joke.
In their helicopter, Eric and Jeremy decide to quiz their helicopter pilot about how many "girls" he manages to get because of his job. The pilot tells him it's not that great, girl-wise. I'm telling you, these guys are the reason why it's no fun to tend bar in Mazatlan. They land, and they run off to look for a cab. They head for Santa Cecilia. BJ and Tyler soon follow, and as they're leaving, Joseph and Monica are arriving. The greeting is cordial, and in the cab, BJ and Tyler talk more about how much they loved the ride.
Joseph and Monica bicker about which building to choose as they look at the little guidebook, but they eventually choose Atrium V, which is the Middle Building. They get excited about the helicopter ride. As they're leaving, Dave and Lori are landing, after exchanging "I love you"s and a little smooch. Once again, that smooch isn't taking place in public -- it's in the back of a helicopter, and if I were in a helicopter over Sao Paulo with someone I was in love with, you can bet your ass I would get kissed.