Here are Rob and Kimberly at the great big globe. "Come on!" Rob says. "I've been to the East Village!" I don't know why, but that struck me really funny. "I know where that entire neighborhood is! Just follow me!"
James and Tyler are on the way to the sculpture, and Tyler is asking James if he's burning. They are the sexiest friends evah! They note that it's going to be another thirty blocks or so. Rob and Kimberly are running, too. James and Tyler think that the sculpture is at Astor Place, but a lady on the street tells them it's near Union Square. Not the same thing. Another guy tells Rob and Kimberly, though, that indeed, it's Astor Place, and the address is in the vicinity of 8th Street and Third Avenue. So that's way down and over from where they are. (You can subtract eight from 42, right?)
The suggestion here is that Rob and Kimberly are running, but Tyler and James are going slower. Will the Pointies catch up? Huh? Huh? At the sculpture, though, we first see Tyler and James, unsurprisingly. The yellow-cap girl gives them their clue. The clue tells them to persuade a cab driver to take them to Garrison, New York, located in Putnam County. They should have done it at the shift change. They couldn't even have gotten to Brooklyn. This is a 56-mile trip, and as (again) the back seat of the cab says, they don't have to take you that far, so just as the clue suggests, it is a negotiation. Anyway, once they get there, they'll find St. Basil Academy, where the finish line is. The boys are very excited about the contents of this particular clue, and the fact that it says "finish line," and the fact that it promises the end. The first cab they stop, the guy doesn't know where they're going, really. He finds Putnam County in general in his book, though, so they decide to get going, and they can get the details on the way. A risky strategy, that. In the cab, though, they're starting to get happy, because they're pretty sure they're up on Rob and Kim. (By the way, if you're wondering, St. Basil Academy is a Christian children's home and school, basically, raising underprivileged children to be Orthodox Christians.)