The Bransens find the golf cart next, and when Wally and Beth pick the purple flag, one of the younger Tonyas says, "No, we're blue, dork!" Boy, she doesn't hold anything back, I'll say that for her. Once Wally and Beth are on their way, he encourages her to hop out and look in each hole just to see if the ball is in there. They find their first ball.
Back at the Irma, the Weavers are predictably preening in the mirror about how attractive they are before having their picture taken. They get their shot taken and go. I have to say, of all the women who look silly in these outfits, Rebecca looks by far the worst. Particularly next to Rachel, who looks decent, Rebecca looks like crap. Her banana-colored dress isn't doing her any favors in...any department, really. From stem to stern, that is a fashion Don't. In the car, however, it's Mama and Rachel who go through several rounds of berating their own appearance. Psst, it's Rebecca! Look at Rebecca!
The Gadzookskis find the Irma, at last, when Christine sees it out the window and feels the need to singsong, "I spotted it, I spotted it out your window." And she does it in a baby voice with lisp. I'm sure she's a lovely person, but I would definitely have to hit her if I were in that car at this point. Inside, they are sent into the dressing room.
Meanwhile, the Linzes hop out and get their third ball. Beth and Wally find their third one as well. The Weavers are heading for Red Lodge, and Mama says that when they get here, they can find out "what the tenth tee means." As it turns out, the clue doesn't actually say to find the golf course; it just says to go to Red Lodge and find the "tenth tee." "Something with golfing," Rolly says authoritatively. And that kind of intuition cannot be taught, folks.
The Godlewskis pose for their picture, and then it appears that they sit around for about an hour screwing around and playing with Buffalo Bill, but I think they're waiting for their picture to be printed. Tricia and Christine are really doing the majority of the playing around, actually, and Michelle and Sharon are doing the majority of the glaring and embarrassed cowering. Buffalo Bill even gives Christine a smooch on the cheek when she lands herself in his lap. Finally, and none too soon, their picture emerges, and they can leave. In last place, they run off to get their regular clothes on, as Buffalo Bill chortles at them. You really don't want to be mocked by a tourist attraction; that's not good.