On the train, Rob picks up the magnifying glass that came with their clues, and he holds it up to stare at Amber gravely. This, predictably, makes her give him a smile like, "I like you, even though, and perhaps because, you are seriously a huge dork." Stuart explains to them that they've got three stops to Hammersmith. As Rob talks about how they'll be looking for the "three naked men," Amber comments, "I might be the only one that enjoys that."
Ron and Kelly collect their clue at Left Luggage. And we get to hear, for the first time, the glory of Ron and Kelly saying, "naked." Or, as they say it, "nekkid." They go and find a guy who gives them directions to Hammersmith on the train. They get back on, and when they're there, they start asking people on the train whether they've ever heard of the three naked men of Hammersmith. It appears that much of the train is rather entertained by the goofball Americans, but that no one has any idea what they're talking about. But who doesn't like it when random people on the subway ask them about where to find naked people? I know I enjoy it immensely.
At the Hammersmith station, Rob and Amber look up and see a statue of three naked men! And what's more, it has clue-flagged things hanging on it, so this would appear to be the place. What they retrieve from the statue is tobacco in a little pouch, along with a pipe. And the pipe has a piece of paper stuck in it. And on that piece of paper, there are some very tiny letters. They now realize that this is why they got the magnifying glass. Rob reads off, "On what street did Victorian London's most famous detective live?" "Baker Street," an excited Stuart whispers conspiratorially. Oh, how I love Stuart, who is having the most fun ever. The clue tells them to head for the station with the same name and "find him standing tall outside." "There's a statue," Stuart tells them. They all hop on the train to Baker Street. It's nice -- nobody ever gets to look around these places very much, but at least if you make a friend, you get a hell of a lot better look at the culture than if you flew through it without talking to anyone.
Uchenna and Joyce collect their clue at Abbey Road sending them to the Eye. Meredith and Gretchen arrive and do the same, just behind Uchenna and Joyce.
Ron and Kelly get to Hammersmith and find the statues. They grab their tobacco pouch and pipe. When they get the clue, they stop a guy outside the Starbucks (where all the best people hang out) and ask him whether he knows what street Sherlock Holmes lived on. The guy tells them that the answer is Baker Street, and they revert to their subway map to look for the station.