At the town plaza, Bill and Joe catch up with Rob and Amber and Dustin and Kandice. One very happy team, two very unhappy teams. "This is north, so that is south!" Joe happily says, and Guido is gone. Seriously, Rob and Amber and Dustin and Kandice are sucking wind. Mirna orders Charla around. The Guidos walk. Rob tries to cut a corner of the Detour by saying that he thinks he knows what they're looking for, and it's a naval museum that he sees on the map. Of course, everybody just follows him, because that's what people do, and it's what makes him both a valuable ally in Survivor and a dangerous ally here.
Mirna continues to yell at Charla. As Charla hauls the big, heavy pole up the stairs, Mirna hollers at her that she's wasting time, and Charla screeches that she can't go any faster than she's going. Mirna yells at her to put the pole down, calling her "honey" and saying "I'm trying to help you," like Charla's an infant. She harangues and nags until Charla finally stands on the stairs screaming, "OKAY WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO?" Mirna does not have a smart answer to this, because she doesn't think this way. She's unhappy with you now; that doesn't mean she'd be less unhappy with you if you did something different.
We return to Charla and Mirna, still trying to huck the painting supplies up the stairs. Mirna says the pole weighs 70 pounds. I think she's guessing. I don't think she's ever lifted 70 pounds, somehow.
In fifth place, Team Guido pulls the clue directing them to the charter flights. In the taxi, they're giggly-excited, thanking "God in heaven" for the break.
Rob and Amber and Dustin and Kandice find the museum Rob had in mind, but of course, that guy doesn't have the clue, because he is not the Nautilus Building. The Nautilus Building is the "next corner," which I find odd, because they certainly didn't go very far if going the wrong way was the "next corner" from going the right way. They all run for it. "This is ridiculous; what a day," Rob laments. Neither Dustin nor Kandice turns and gives him a heel in the throat, which I sort of expected, but I blame them for following him, too. I mean, look at the map, you know?
Charla and Mirna have the sign wrong on their first try. Charla suggests that they switch. "I don't know this answer, and you don't seem to know it either," Mirna says. They leave on the other Detour. Mirna is sure disappointed in Charla and in how she never does anything.