A nice bit of editing intercuts the tail end of the Guidos' dismissiveness with footage of Rob and Brennan and Frank and Margarita, all of whom arrive at the wheel and fetch the clue just before closing time. "Onward to victory!" Frank yells to his alliance, but when he and Margarita are back in the cab, he's singing his own a cappella version of "Suspicious Minds" again. Somehow, Frank secretly suspects that Team Esquire is up to something, although he's not sure what. He suspects a lack of straightforwardness. Why it isn't a straightforwardness problem for Frank to yell "onward to victory!" right before he disses the Esquires in the cab is not entirely clear.
Team Guido inquires, at what appears to be a fancy hotel, about the location of Foo-CALT's pendulum. The inquiree gives it up that they need to get to the Pantheon. Joe, apparently having added "Perpetuate Stereotypes" to his Things To Do list for the day, has a raging Corky St. Clair moment as he somewhat stupidly, as well as Corkily, makes a swinging motion with his arm and comments, "And it swings." Yeah, thanks, Joe, because I was wondering what a pendulum did. I knew it wasn't tap-dancing, but beyond that, I was really struggling. He and Bill say "perfect" over and over again, and high-five each other. Ugh.