Down at the gate, Rebecca explains to the camera that the Model (?) Alliance is on the plane with them, but they're not sure what's up with Kris and Jon. "Kris and Jon are five feet behind you," El Hornio snarks. Rebecca pretends to be glad everyone got on the flight. Hee hee, she is so not happy.
The "2nd Plane To Corsica" takes off, and then the Amazing World Map displays the two lines, one for the Lori/Bolo/Spazpants plane stopping in Lyon, and one for the Everybody Else plane stopping in Paris, on the way to Corsica. Phil explains that everybody is heading out. And indeed, at 6:40, the first flight touches down. Lori and Bolo run off, and Spazpants trades mutterings about the possibility of allying themselves with Bolo and Lori for the purposes of what Victoria calls "safety in numbers." At a counter, Bolo asks about where Napoleon was born, and he gets the info. The two teams walk off together, but when they get there, they learn that the place closed at 6:00 PM, and doesn't open until 9:00 AM. So all the airport maneuvering? Yeah. Pointless. That's super. Kris and Jon could have missed the flight and probably three more after it, and it wouldn't have made a damn bit of difference. You probably couldn't have screwed this leg up no matter how hard you tried, up to this point.
At 7:15, the other plane lands, and these teams make their way to Napoleon's house and find the same thing -- not open until morning. We cut directly to 9:00 the following morning, as all the teams shuffle into the house. They find Fake Napoleon upstairs, and he hands them their clue. Wow, that was challenging. What a difficult and perplexing "clue" that was! Jonathan insists on shaking Fake Napoleon's hand. (Voice of the Spirit of M. Giant: "Oh, that'll have to come off now.") Hornio opens the clue, and they find the Fast Forward. Yes, the second of the two Fast Forwards, meaning that we are done Fast-Forwarding for the rest of the race. This particular one, as Phil explains, involves going to a harbor and putting on "old-style diving suits" (think underwater Bugs Bunny cartoons) that weigh more than 100 pounds. Now that is heavy. That's probably more than Rebecca's entire body. Then both team members will be lowered to the bottom of the ocean and walk over to a lobster trap, where they'll grab a clue. Rebecca explains, as she jogs behind a frantic El Hornio, that they're going to go for the FF, because it involves diving, and she's "certified." El Hornio points out that he isn't. (Actual voice of M. Giant: "There's a difference between 'certified' and 'certifiable.'") He tells Rebecca he's not thinking this is a great idea, but she, unsurprisingly, chooses not to listen. And why would she, really? If they wanted her to share responsibility, they'd be called "partners" or a "team."