Where are the clowns? Quick, send in the clowns! Don't bother, they're at the gate, waiting for the Korean Air flight. Al returns to the theme of how nerve-wracking it can be to be the only team in a particular place, because it makes you wonder...whether perhaps you screwed up. "Did they find something better?" ClownJon makes a similar nervous face. See, I don't get how they could have not checked more at this point, especially when the other teams didn't arrive. Never put all your eggs in the basket of one guy on the phone, is what I always say.
Slam-cut to the Singapore Airlines sign. Nice. David and Jeff are snagging this flight, too, learning that it will get them into Brisbane at 6:30 in the morning.
The music tersely indicates inclement weather, and looking outside, we see that it is once again quite foggy. Inside, Kelly and BuffJon are learning that their flight on Singapore Air is delayed on account of the fog. "How much delay is it?" Kelly asks. "I don't know," the lady says. The Chipsters are getting the same news, learning that the flight is delayed at least forty minutes. BuffJon points out as they wait at the gate that if the flight to Singapore is delayed too long, they'll miss the connection to Brisbane. David says that three of the teams are scheduled for this same flight, but they don't know where the clowns ended up.
The clowns, meanwhile, go over to check on whether their flight is delayed, and they're told by the gate agent that the flight isn't likely to be delayed. Al interviews that they were told the flight was going to start loading any time now. I swear, airline gate agents have a more flexible definition of "any time now" than anyone, except possibly the cable company when they're explaining when service will be restored.