Meanwhile the Whites stop for directions, which are "Rather complicated," Mel says worriedly. That bride is looking pretty forlorn, sitting in the back of their Lada. It's not that complicated, she thinks.
The Flight Attendants have also stopped for directions, but they've had the bad fortune to decide to ask a bunch of very drunk locals, who are giving off vodka fumes that are all but visible. All they do is leer and laugh, until Christie says that it's time to go. They're not getting anywhere with them in any case. As they get in the car, one of the men flips off the camera while he and his comrades leave. The international language of fuck you. "That guy touched my butt and asked me my name," Christie says once they're safely back in the Lada. She doesn't say whether she told him.
The Stuntmen are looking forward to driving their snowplows, and they make some "jokes" about how the snowplows will certainly be easier to handle than brides would be. If they're married, I'm sure their wives are loving this. And if they're not married, I have a theory as to why. Take my wife, pazhalusta!
Victor finishes his turn at the snowplow's controls, and Tammy nervously takes his place. "She's a little scared of stick, but I think she'll be okay," Victor tells us. Victor, on the other hand, doesn't strike me as being particularly scared of stick at all, if you know what I mean. She gets going, and Victor thinks they're in the lead. Meanwhile, Jaime is driving the cheerleaders' snowplow, which I know because the other one is giggling, "Jaime's the driver. I can drive usually, as long as there's no manual transition involved." Yes, I also prefer the automatic transitions. She takes her turn, struggling a bit to clamber up into the cab. Luke is trying to direct Margie, and tells us after the fact, "Mom was driving crooked, and I was telling her to turn and she wasn't paying attention." Which sounds odd, coming out of Margie's mouth. Then it's Luke's turn.
At the apartment complex, Kisha and Jen find the right building and locate a bride. They're leading her at a jog back to their car when the Flight Attendants arrive. They're happy to see their bride. "Let's get out of here before anyone else finds us," Jodi says. I love how she's always saying that, even when they're in last. Like, you know, they are now. As the camera zooms in on the bride's white boots under her dress, Jodi apologizes for how underdressed she and Christie are for the occasion. "If we really came to your wedding we would look nicer." Ladies, you don't know from underdressed yet.