Inside, the airport is not a hospitable place today. BoB is informed by a ticket agent that the only remaining way to Munich from Marrakech is to go through Paris, but the Paris flight is already overbooked, so the odds of getting four people on it (let alone eight or twelve) are essentially zero. Without Kevin to make absurd googly eyes at some sweet-faced girl at the ticket counter and finagle seats out of thin air, BoB is stuck with the less desirable option of changing airports entirely. The ticket guy recommends Casablanca, and it turns out they can get a little hop-flight there that's taking off soon. BoB as well as JVJ and FloZach choose this option, so the four teams all climb on what looks like quite a little plane for the hop to Casablanca, where they hope to find a reversal of their airport fortunes. They take off for Casablanca at 6:45 AM, accompanied by a lethargic Amazing Yellow Line, which has slowed to a crawl for this very short distance.
7:04 AM. Firecop. They open the clue and proudly display the one dollar they're given for the leg. As they go, Andre comments that finds the dollar a little piddly, and says he would at least have liked to get four quarters. Heh. He goes on to say that they've already overcome a lot of "adversity" to get to where they are. It's certainly true that they've gotten some bad breaks, particularly lately. They discuss the fact that when the "chips are down," they keep going. They get a cab for the Marrakech airport and head out, dearly hoping to run into a clump of other teams bunched up at the airport, which really isn't an entirely unreasonable expectation, given the time of day.
When Firecop gets to the Marrakech airport, they head inside. They get the same news that the other teams got -- everything leaving the Marrakech airport today is sold out up the ying-yow. Andre quickly starts pressing to leave the airport and take a train to Casablanca (presumably, there was no flight available) that would get them there in about three hours, at which point they could try flights again. Damon wants to do a little more checking before they go, which irritates Andre to no end, because he feels like the verdict has already come in loud and clear. "He just doesn't want to listen," Andre mutters.