Jet starts, and amusingly, his avatar is wearing a cowboy hat instead of a Star Corps helmet with his Clone armor, even though the real Jet is wearing a plain white helmet. Cord finds the start point on the screen and starts directing Jet toward it before he realizes Jet can't see it. They really didn't explain this very well before they got them started, did they?
Brent and Caite finally reach Coit Tower. Brent will be doing the climbing, obvs.
At ILM, Dan directs Virtu-Jordan down a long, circular corridor that I'm embarrassed to not be able to identify on sight. Bespin underlevels, maybe? Like I said, I only have the vaguest idea about this Star Wars crap. I'm more of a Space: 1999 guy myself. Dan can see the goal on his screen, and sends Jordan walking straight ahead. Virtu-Jordan steps on the goal, and suddenly he's back in the middle of the empty starfield, but now he's surrounded by a lengthy helix of text spinning around him at high speed. Dan wonders what's going on, seeing the letters whiz past Jordan's virtual field of vision, and it takes him a minute to realize that Jordan's not moving, the words are. Dan tells him to hold on while he tries to read it. "It's going by the screen, like, wicked fast." Almost in hyperdrive.
Brent would appear to be making short work of the Coit Tower. He enjoys the view on the way down with his clue. Might as well get something out of the day's experiences.
Cord directs Jet straight ahead. Meanwhile, Dan figures out that he can see the text better when Jordan turns his head to "follow" the moving words. So now he's going to have to make Jordan do that, seemingly indefinitely. Cord, meanwhile, is trying to get Jet lined up on a final approach to the level-one goal, which is going to put him on a collision course with Jordan. "Hang on. Jordan's in front of me," Jet says. "Give Jordan a wedgie, tell him to get out of the way," Cord snaps. "We got a race going here." Jet says he's not moving until Jordan does. Of course, even though they're a foot apart in meatspace, the third person view of neither avatar shows the other, let alone being visible in the first-person helmet-cam view. "Hey, direct him out of the way," Cord says, banging on the divider separating him from Dan. Dan bangs back and says something blur-worthy. Cord leans around the divider and threatens, "I'll get one of these Star Wars guys to take you out, man!" Which is funny except for how Cord says it totally straight-faced. Fortunately for Dan, the commercials come before Cord can issue Order 66. But don't they see what's happening? The failure of the Galactic Republic had its roots in disputes over trade routes -- people getting in each other's way over large sums of money, just like here! Of course, that was all ginned up from behind the scenes by then-Senator Palpatine, who had his own shadowy motives but okay I'll stop now.