Credits. Guido still likes evil. Clink! [BOMP.]
We zoom back to the highway, where Danny and Oswald are in the lead, and Danny is commenting that he's surprised to find himself so out of breath. "I told you," says Oswald from the back seat, "less martinis and more cardio." Hey, change it to margaritas, and you have my life philosophy since January. Behind them are Jill and John Vito, and Jill is -- of course -- eagerly peering over the seat with a grin, happy as ever to be in attack mode again. John Vito comments on how good it is to be back, reaches his hand over the back of his seat, and says, "Good job, babe." "Baby, good job," she says, and they sort of over-the-shoulder-five. Jill interviews that they "really loved each other," and they still have "that caring for each other," and they hope it works well for them. Me too.
Currently in third place are Rob and Amber, and they are wearing the same red sweatshirts, I think, that they clearly consider their trademark. He's wondering about the two possible flights, and she confirms that Copa and American are the two airlines. I have to say, I've never even heard of Copa Airlines. I would not have known what to make of that. In fourth place: Team Guido, and one of them is saying "I'm not in as good of a shape as I thought I was," and laughing, only neither of them appears to have his lips moving, so... smooth move with the edit, there. As they get off the highway, Joe says very faux-seriously, "It's a good thing we come to Miami every seven years." Ha! Oh, Joe. When did Joe become such a comedian? I fully expect a joke about the quality of his Italian later. Bill laughs. They've really figured out a whole different attitude to adopt -- less "RAR!" and more "Hey, glad to be here," and I have to say, it's immensely flattering. Sixth place: Dustin and Kandice. Kandice says that now, they don't want to be "the beauty queens" or "the blondes," they want to be the first female team to win... on their second consecutive attempt. They, too, do the over-the-shoulder-five about being "back." As stated previously, I'm immensely tired of them on sight, which isn't even entirely their fault. It's just too soon. I have Miss Whatever Fatigue, is all. Danielle tells us she's "gnaw-seous" about being back. Eric frowns. I think he's beginning to realize that this is going to be his gig, pretty much, and she's along for the ride. In an interview, he's all smirky about "I'm in charge," and she's all giggly about "hee hee," and won't that be an enjoyable dynamic to watch for however long. On the one hand, he's kind of being a dickhead, but on the other hand, at least he won't let her trip on her shoelaces.