Frustrated, Tina drops her cow head and the camera follows it poignantly to the brick pavement. She very politely approaches some locals for directions, and as they get pointed back to where they just came from, Tina soliloquizes that maybe it was in the bottom of the glass. "If you could just move a little," she prods Ken from back underneath the head. Sure enough, back at the stall they find the clue at the bottom of the empty glass she left standing there. "Tina, you should have known that, duh," Tina says. But they're not done screwing up, because now they think they have to ditch the costume back where they got it before going to the butchers'. Failure to read the clue? Or just refusing to take any chances? Hard to say.
Back at the hill with the Mongol warriors, the Frat Boys get their airborne clue, and go with the cow costume. In the cab on the way to the theater, Dan thinks he should be in front because he's faster. How long does he think that cow gets? When Andrew resists the idea, Dan claims that you need to have the bigger guy in the back. "Bigger guy's usually in the back...There's probably physics behind it." Well, clearly Dan's already got the manure-producing part of being a cow down. Terence and Sarah are still traveling through the suburbs, trying to remain optimistic.