Rob is nearly done selling, and James is going back for more flowers. And Godwin, for whatever reason, is positively screeching Erwin's name. "Shut up," Erwin mutters as he gets back on his bike. It turns out that what Godwin wants to point out is that there's a crowd gathering right in front of the shop to buy flowers, so you don't really need to take the bike anywhere. Still, it's been a while since I heard anyone scream quite like that. I'm sure the Vietnamese flower-purchasing public is very impressed. In an interview, Godwin says that even the most intelligent guy isn't going to compete with a couple of hot women when it comes to selling flowers. I don't know if it's that, given that Peter did so well. I think it's more that some graduate students have impaired flirting abilities, which is why they wind up with other graduate students. Things get very chaotic, and ultimately, Tom winds up yelling very rudely at a couple of locals who are trying to buy flowers. He seriously needs to relax. That is not welcome, and venting your spleen at people is not the way you turn them into customers. "This is chaos!" Tyler hollers.
Duke and Lauren arrive at the flower shop at last. She thinks that because her dad is "in sales," he should take it. Hey, it's as good an argument as any, I suppose. Rob's all done, and so is Kandice, so they go to be counted and get their clue. It's interesting -- several people thought that they saw Dustin helping sell the flowers, but she didn't at all. I think the fact that other people kept referring to "the girls" and "two young females" kind of created that illusion, but Dustin didn't do a thing. James is finished, too, so he and Tyler leave in fourth place. You'll notice that Tom is very bad at this, because he's not nice. He isn't going to win a beauty pageant of salesmanship. As James and Tyler get set to go to the bus station, there's a guy who wants to give them a ride on his motorbike, but they say no -- they need a bus, not a motorbike.
Peter and Sarah are at the bus station trying to figure out which bus to get on. A guy in a uniform points at a bus. "Vac?" Sarah says. "Vac?" They seem to be getting directions that this is the right bus to get on, so they hop aboard. "I'm hoping this is the right one. I think it is," she says. They seemed to ask the right questions, so you can't entirely fault them.