Another side effect of the short flight for Zev and Justin is that even in their cab, they're still not over the euphoria of having even made it on the plane at all. They share their good mood with their driver, making friends with him and learning that his name is Terry. "Don't leave us, or I'm gonna call your mother," Zev warns. What a hard-ass. Does his backpack contain a database of every cabdriver in the world, cross-referenced with their mothers' phone numbers? Later in the drive, they're bucking each other up, reminding each other. "We're never out of it." They're approaching the FCC now. Not the FCC that makes it necessary for this show to blur people's underwear, but a completely different one. It's the Foreign Correspondents Club, a colonial building right out of Evelyn Waugh. They get out and charge up the stairs, just ahead of Meghan|Cheyne and Sam|Dan. Once they reach the airy second-floor lounge, there's a little confusion as they try to discreetly ask around. Remember, the clue tells them to speak in a whisper, not that anybody's going to do that. Eventually Sam and Dan are the first to find the "assignment editor," and they ask for their assignment. He hands them a single-sheet newspaper off the stack on the table in front of him, and now the brothers are in first place. Meghan and Cheyne and Team Asperger's ask for their next assignment at almost the same time, but Cheyne gets a paper first despite having asked second. You know, I've heard horror stories about asshole editors, but this is the closest I've ever come to seeing one.
Folded inside each newspaper is a manila folder, with a photograph and a sheet of paper clipped inside. The sheet reads, "The woman in this picture has a hotel suite named after her." And the photograph is of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis riding next to a man in an open car in some kind of parade. Phil says that's the only clue they have to figure out that they need to get themselves to the Hotel Le Royal, and then find the framed version of that photo in the lobby. He happens to mention that the photo is from Jackie O's only official visit to Cambodia in 1967. Then the doorman will give them their next clue. Phil does not mention that Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was the First Lady of the United States from 1961 to 1963, or that she was probably the most famous woman alive for a considerably longer period of time. Because you already knew that, didn't you?