4:11 AM. Eric and Jeremy leave, and they aren't any better with the pronunciations, not that you were thinking they would be. Although you would think they might have some familiarity with things that sound like they could be from the same root as "catatonic." They tell us all about how they're "learning as [they] go," and how they don't have as much travel experience, admittedly, as Tyler and BJ. They think they're doing well, they're cocky, and it's pretty much the same routine they've been spouting since the premiere. This is why they talk about girls all the time, maybe -- not a hell of a lot else to say.
5:00 AM. Joseph and Monica leave, and she labors over some of the words before resignedly chuckling, "Okay, I just murdered all those words." At least she's trying. They count their money and go. Joseph tells us that he's proud of how Monica has performed, and she says that she's been surprised at her own strength, and at how she has "a lot of ambition and motivation." She says she can be an asset to her team, which is a good thing, since there are only two people on it, so you'd think they couldn't afford a lot of dead weight. They stop and ask for directions to Catania, and now, they know how to pronounce "Palermo." Not a horse, as it turns out. Their friendly local even gives him their map when they ask, which is awfully nice of him. I think if I were racing, considering that money is not usually a huge issue, I would be tempted to pick up a supply of something little I could give out to people who do things like that, because that really is extending yourself when you're giving away your stuff. Joseph talks about how nice it is to be in a country where you can stop and ask for help at five in the morning without thinking you're going to be killed, the way you do in the country where he lives. Or, of course, any country that country is currently occupying for the purposes of making it secure and peaceful.