At the airport, Eric and Pink are waiting for the flight to leave, and Eric is speculating that Guido has to be pretty nervous if they're not there by now. Just then, Team Guido does arrive and check in, and when Eric sees them coming, he pulls Pink over to hide in another area, prepared to jump out at the last minute. As Joe points out, these two teams running into each other is good for Guido; not so good for Eric and Pink. Pink interviews once again that she finds Team Guido annoying, and you can almost see their little ghostly heads floating above her, just rolling their eyes and shaking their heads. Joe and Bill discuss the fact that they have only a one-hour layover in Kilimanjaro to make their connection to Amsterdam, and then they're on to Warsaw. One hour is not a long time. Do you think I'm extra-smart for noticing? Their flight leaves. In Kilimanjaro, they go to pick up their tickets and find that it's too late to get on the flight. Both teams are told that they're not going to make it on the flight. This is not good news, to say the least.
What follows can, I think, only be attributed to the insanity of long-haul travel. They all begin to beg, because they can actually see the plane outside, not quite closed up yet. They beg the agent to radio the pilot and hold the plane. The agent actually jogs outside for them, at which point Joe yells "Andale!" and makes the entire thing into an episode of Seinfeld in which I think Joe is actually the Kramer, which is unexpected. They all wait at the door, very tense, trying to see what's going to happen. Unfortunately, when "the guy with the tie" (as Bill calls him, because it is his Kilimanjaro Airport Superhero Name) returns, he tells them that it's just not possible. Joe demands to know why it's impossible. In fact, Joe begins to just flat-out angrily insist that the guy "let us on the plane," at which point Bill realizes that he's lost it and starts trying to rein him in. "We're going to be stuck here in Kilimanjaro for God knows how long," Joe despairs. The highlight comes when Joe wanders outside alone and starts yelling at the plane and waving his arms. Seriously. Like, from the terminal. It's genius. He even shakes something... a watch or something, or a little bell. "I think he's lost it," Bill chuckles. Safe to say so, yes.