In the Chipster cab, Reichen reiterates to the driver that they need station 228, which the driver tells them is Seoul University. Woooo, kegger! Apparently, the show's assumption that finding a numbered station among many would be confusing in some way didn't pan out quite the way they were thinking.
Another very funny shot of Who and the clowns jammed into the cab like sardines follows, as Jeff explains that they're looking for another cab. They come to an intersection where there's another cab available, and David and Jeff hop out to grab it. Of course, it takes them a minute or two to get situated, so they actually wind up with the worse end of the deal after being such peaches about waiting for the clowns. Bummer. In their cab, Jeff studies the map as he voices over that now they have to "work extra-hard." Hee. "Work extra-hard." And make things funner!
The Chipsters are having such a nifty day that they're extremely sad when they run into terrible traffic on the way to the subway station. In the Kelly/Jon cab, she is lamenting as well, apparently having already spent two hours in the cab. ClownJon asks his driver whether it's faster to stay in the cab, or to bail and take the subway to the right station. The driver seems to be indicating that the train is faster, but ClownJon puts his head in his hand and says that the communication isn't going too well. They decide that they'll just have the driver let them out, and they'll go for the subway. There's a lot of that going around, as David is just telling the Who driver the same thing, followed by the Chipsters.
Of course, nothing is easy in the Jon and Kelly cab, and this is no exception. She wants to get out and head for a subway station. "Kelly, we've got to get across the river." "Subways go across the river," she points out. "Really?" he says sarcastically. "I'll just get my magic carpet and jump on that." He certainly can be a gloriously conspicuous jerkweed when he wants to be. Kelly, as usual, does not hesitate to be the jerkweed-whacker. She tells him she's not putting up with his crap right now, because they've been in the cab long enough as it is.
The clowns are headed into the subway as Al voices over that the long taxi ride did nothing for their morale. ClownJon revisits The Great Train Speech of 2001 by talking about how unsettling it is not to see any other teams doing what you're doing, because you can't tell if you're screwing up or not.