Linda and Karen and Bob and Joyce are slightly lost in their little caravan, and once Linda admits through the open window to Bob and Joyce that she's lost, they pull over and have a chat. Just then, Colin and Christie approach. The other teams sound rather excited that Colin is approaching, as if they've concluded that Colin is That Nice Smart Boy Who Always Knows Everything. Like what cemetery to go to, for instance. Smart Creepy Colin stops the car and walks up on the conversation. He has nice shoulders, but the slicked-back hair really needs to stop immediately. This is no time to emulate late-model Judd Nelson. ("This" being "ever.") They all have a discussion, and the other teams agree to go with Colin's instinct that they just need to go a little farther and keep looking for the airport. What's more, they ask him to lead. When he's back in the car, he smiles an extremely evil little smile, as he voices over that part of his strategy is helping people now, so that he'll be able to get information from them later.
12:41 Marshall and Lance. As they head to their car, Lance says that he and Marshall aren't "bodybuilder-type" guys. I make a note. They voice over, in what sounds almost like it's a cobbling together of both of their voices, that they just have a goal of sticking around every leg, over and over and over again. It's interesting how their hopes and my fears are so closely aligned.
The Colin-led brigade arrives at the airport. "Come on, let's go get some tickets, you guys!" Linda squeals on the way in. Come on, let's stop screeching! I'm telling you, there's a fine line between "vivacious" and "seemingly hopped up on pills."
Charla and Mirna? Oh, yeah. Still lost. Mirna asks a guy for directions. In fact, she gets him to take her to the airport, as she apparently has no ability to follow a map, nor does Charla. I'll say this for them -- I've never seen a team so good at taking advantage of people's kindness to compensate for their own total ineptitude. It's a legitimate strategy, I just think it's kind of tiresome.
At the airport, Brandon and Nicole ask a security guy what time the Argentine Airlines counter opens. He tells them it opens at 4:00 AM. They run into Marsha, who apparently put her bags down at the Argentine counter but hasn't talked to anyone yet, and tell her that the first available flight is at 10:30, because the 9:10 is sold out. They also share this news with Linda and Karen, who in turn share it with Bob and Joyce. These last two teams apparently decide not to hassle over it, and agree to just book the 10:30 flight when the counter opens up. Well, sure, because...no hurry.