Uchenna and Joyce land in Warsaw at 11:02 AM, meaning that delay missing the flight cost them about two hours. They get a taxi, but they have trouble communicating with their driver from the very beginning, and things look grim.
Danny and Oswald reach the pianos. Danny immediately sits down and plays a bar or two of "Heart and Soul," and Oswald is shocked. He interviews that he had no idea Danny could play the piano, even after 13 years of friendship. They use the wedge to find the right string, but from there, it's very difficult. People always told me knowing "Heart and Soul" didn't make you a pianist, but I never believed it until now.
Mirna and Charla are at the clue box, and they read the Detour clue as "Perfect Angel or Perfect Pitch." It's too bad it's not "perfect angel," because if it were, they would have already done it, just by being themselves all day. They conclude that carrying the mannequin might be hard, so they're off to try the pianos, a concept Charla demonstrates by waggling her fingers to indicate piano playing. It reminds me that I really have nothing against Charla, with rare exceptions of the type found in almost anyone. Charla is not the problem. Frankly, they came very close to a Detour called "Perfect Angel or Perfect Bitch," which not only would have worked, but is a new series I'm pitching, and if you get in my way, I will cut you.
Danny twists the tuning tool way too hard and snaps the string clean in two. This means it has to be replaced, and that means a delay. "Maybe we should have carried a mannequin," Oswald admits good-naturedly.
Uchenna and Joyce have been brought somewhere, but it's not where they're supposed to be. They run inside this building and start hunting around. Joyce insists that she hears music, but when she opens a door, Uchenna can't help pointing out that she just opened door to a toilet. You can't make that up, folks. She heard the music of the potty. She continues to insist she hears music, so they keep looking. Uchenna really thinks they're in the wrong place, but Joyce is totally tuned out. What's dopey is that they're at a music school, so the fact that she can hear music doesn't really prove anything, you know? You can be at the airport and run around on the tarmac yelling, "I hear airplanes!" and it probably won't help you.