Bill: And I'll tell you honestly why I shushed him, was more for "let's get our own car, let's be private," so we can strategize while we're on this train. It wasn't so much -- the way it was edited, it looked like I was trying to ditch them. It was like, no, let them get on that car, we'll get on this car, because that way we can strategize and we won't have contestants all bunched around us.
Joe: We just didn't want to sit with everybody. We wanted to sit by ourselves, and it turned out it was necessary to sit by ourselves, because Frank and Margarita and Rob and Brennan were also alone, and we're the only three teams that figured out you've got to get off the train early.
Bill: And what the contestants explained on TV, what they were actually saying was, they were headed to the wrong end of the TGV -- TGVs are usually divided into two parts, where, on that Paris to the south of France train, one part of the train may unhook and go to Lyon, which is more east, and then the rest of it goes to Marseilles, so yes, they were right in saying that we were about to put them on the wrong end of the train, but -- but we didn't do that, because they were ahead of us.