As Spazpants leaves the café with their clue, Jonathan snots, "R-A-C-E, race, Victoria." Because up to now, apparently, he's not sure she's noticed that he's all intense about winning. ["Also, don't be stepping on my lines, shorty." -- Sars] Hayden and Aaron go in next, and when they see the screen, Aaron grandly smiles and says, "Hey, Phil." It's really funny, but you kind of have to see it. It's kind of the way I always want to greet Phil also. And after Phil explains about the email in your inbox, Aaron says, "Thanks, Phil." Funny. He's really funny.
Meanwhile, back in Eger, Bolo asks another person about trains to Budapest and is told that in fact, there is another one. There is one that leaves at 2:55 AM. So what do you know? Not that big of a deal after all. You'd almost think I could have skipped last week's entire episode, not to mention the ensuing clip show. Snore.
Nuance leaves the internet café and is replaced by Kris and Jon. Jon thinks it's "sweet" when they log on to AOL, so he's easy to please, apparently. I'll make a note of it. Hornio starts to work on the computer as well.
Spazpants is outside, and Jonathan is trying to snag a cab. He says something to Victoria about "holding" a cab they see, but it's not clear why she has to hold it instead of him. At any rate, nobody winds up holding it, and they lose the cab to Nuance. "Dammit!" Jonathan hollers. "What part of 'hold the cab' don't you understand?" he demands, going on to talk about "how many seasons" she's seen, and when she asks him why he didn't get the cab himself, he has no answer, so he just barks at her a couple of times to shut up. "That's why women don't rule the world," he says. Yeah, I'm real concerned about his opinion. He's breaking my heart. Now we'll never achieve suffrage.