Lyn and Karlyn are stopped to get directions to the airport, so the Pointies manage to wiggle ahead and get there before they do. But when the Pointies arrive, they find that the ticket lady has shut down operations for the night. She's still there, but she can't sell anything. They are able to learn from her that there are no more flights going out tonight anyway. Rob rubs his head, unable to remember whether Chernobyl is "in Moscow or in the Ukraine." He's surprisingly close, in a way. At least he's in the ballpark, and I have confidence that if he keeps rubbing, his head will give up the information. He asks the ticket lady whether Chernobyl is in the Ukraine, and she says that it is. Kimberly jumps in: "And the capital is... " The ticket lady answers: "Kiev." I have a feeling she remembers the conspicuous Americans with cameras she has already seen. The ticket lady tells them that the best they can do is a flight leaving tomorrow morning at 9:25 AM and connecting through Warsaw. There is, of course, the 8:25 AM through Vienna, but it's now sold out. She tells them that in terms of actually purchasing tickets, they can return in the morning at 6:00 AM.
The *wins arrive, and they have a chat with the Pointies about the airline situation. The *wins mention that nobody is sure where the *lyns are, but then we see them pull up outside. They, too, get the news that it's not going to be time to buy tickets until 6:00 AM.