At the airport, they find the direct flight to London. They then make their way to a ticket counter, where the lady is willing to let them use the internet, so they log on to Expedia (ha ha ha!), and they find a flight that connects through Frankfurt. This one leaves at 5:50 AM and gets in at 9:00 AM, which is an hour and a half earlier than the direct flight. The bad news is that the Frankfurt-London half of this flight is allegedly full. "Can you put us on a waiting list?" Amber asks. Rob turns around, dubious. "Baby, this is, like, very, very risky," he says. "That's fine," she says. I like the fact that it seems like she's the one who's pushing for the risky move. Rob says that the two of them decided to risk it and get on the early flight and hope to fly standby from Frankfurt to London. And of course, here, they don't show them getting any information about how likely it is that they'll make it onto the flight, and I'm guessing they probably had some. Nevertheless, this option will indeed mean sitting on the waiting list, and Rob explains in an interview that if they don't get the connecting flight, they're going to be totally screwed.
As they're leaving, it's Amber who says to the woman with a smile, "Don't let anybody else use the internet." Look how evil she's getting! Bad influence, bad influence! "Please, nobody else," Rob repeats. The woman laughs as they leave. I don't think she's going to be turning down any business over having given her sacred word of honor not to spread the internet around.