After the ads, Brent interviews about how now he had to start all over. Jordan yells out at Dan to hold his cards down with their backpacks. Although he and Michael seem to be less vulnerable to the wind on their side of the stadium, Dan hurries to do so. Better safe than screaming your way into the next commercial break. Brent comes over to Caite to get theirs, bitching the whole way, and Caite tells him to calm down. As soon as he's gone, she turns and gives us what's actually a kind of endearing little mock-cringe. I appreciate that moment showing their team as only half-annoying.
Cord, meanwhile, is lucky enough to have been working right by a whole rack of folding chairs, which he throws out onto his area of the field one after the other like some kind of infernal WWE pitching machine. "That is a little frustrating," he interviews later, "but throwing a fit, kicking and screaming wasn't gonna help get my puzzle done." Yeah, it's not working for Brent, either, but not for lack of trying.
On the far side of the stadium, Dan and Michael don't seem to be having such problems, although Michael seems to be making a career out of searching for one particular piece. "Come on, baby, I love you!" Caite screeches shrilly, then asides to us, "He's so pissed right now." Even before Brent screams, "STOP!" at a card that gets up to leave, she can tell this. They know each other so well. Cord, meanwhile, is finished, and starts gathering up the cards one row at a time to distribute them to his spectators in similar fashion. "You're number one!" his first spectator says. Nice of these people to be so into it. Soon all the people in his section are obscured by a big orange dragon. "I hope I got it," he pants, admiring the result. Everyone pauses to watch as the cards flip to flawlessly reveal the words "Section 20 Row 16 Seat 33." Cord reads it off while standing next to the guy with the megaphone who must have given the order to flip. Cord starts quickly gathering up all of his stuff he's been using as ballast, including his belt (and after all the airport security they've been through in the past few weeks, I'm sure he has this down to a science), while Jet yells at him to go get the clue already. Cord hits the stands and runs along behind the back row of the lower deck, vaulting the railings between sections. And there's his clue, right where the cards said it would be. He runs back past his section, where the restored dragon seems to be cheering him on as he waves his new clue at them. "Man, you were awesome," Jet says as he opens their clue, which is telling them to take the Metro to the Pit Stop.