But it's also interesting that Tyler said basically the same thing Rob said about "segregating themselves," which is very similar to some of what Dustin and Kandice have said. These people don't like Lyn and Karlyn partly -- not exclusively, but partly -- because they don't feel like they talk to anyone. We don't like them, but they didn't like us first! It's a damn epidemic.
Anyway, commercials. Now, Duracell is taking credit for firefighting. All righty.
When we return, we see the tail end of the fight, and then Tyler is out in the hallway, apparently post-ticket-buying, saying that the *lyns are complaining about rules, "which is crap because they're just jealous." And then he and James crack up, so I did take that as something of a joking use of the "y'all are just jealous!" refrain that's become something of a catchphrase (heavily, but not exclusively, on the American Idol boards, where it is usually employed without irony), not that this changes the fact that Tyler had plenty of real dick moments during that discussion. In fact, as he's on his way out of the office, tickets in hand, he can't resist yelling out, "Bye, guys," which is so unnecessarily prickish that James tells him to knock it off. Meanwhile, Karlyn is also still being obnoxious, telling Ticket Joe, "I hope you feel good about what you did," as Lyn loses patience and says to her, "Leave him alone." Karlyn goes on about how it wasn't right, and Lyn waits for her to be quiet, and then says to Ticket Joe, "I need the fastest flight to Mauritius." I wish she and James could have gone for coffee after that happened, leaving Tyler and Karlyn in time-out. The *lyns get their tickets.