[The MBTV Legal Department has asked me to clarify that in fact, no actual Muppets wear these particular blue sunglasses. An examination of video footage of the original band, Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, has revealed that this notion that the Muppet glasses have something to do with Muppets is merely a libelous lie, or a "figure of speech," depending on whom you ask. We doubt you care, but some people are so touchy.]
Anyway, Danza and Esquire are on the same train.
Drew and Kevin are checking out the bus situation. The bus looks a little dicey ("I think these are the ones that are a real horror show," Kevin says), but they are not deterred. Drew is, however, impatient. "What are you, buying a house, or are you buying tickets?" Kevin: "Tell him what a big rush you're in, I'm sure it'll go quicker." Heh. Drew "let's go let's go"s his way out to the bus, and he starts in griping as soon as the bus rolls out of the station. "This might have been a mistake," he grumps.
Train. Brennan, in red bandanna and Normal Human Being Sunglasses, ponders his destiny. Or possibly the smell.
8:35 PM. Guido. Matching safari jackets, but non-matching T-shirts. (Coordinated, but not matching.) Hmmm -- I wonder if the failure to match could have a bad impact on their luck.
8:37 PM. Momily. Nancy's in the sorority T-shirt Emily had on last week, which I think is cute.
Bill and Joe are headed to Delhi by bus. Nancy says it's do-or-die time for her and Emily. Joe gives Guido's explanation -- really a pretty solid one -- for why they have to go for the FF as well. He says that they're a chunk of time behind everybody else, and Momily hasn't used their FF yet. If Momily goes for it and the Guidos don't, they could quickly be all alone at the end of the line. He manages to give this explanation without seeming snotty, which comes as rather a surprise to me. I'm sure he's just tired. They de-cab at the bus station, as does Momily.
Some nice gentleman speaks to Momily as they're looking for the bus, and they don't understand anything he's saying. Nancy pulls Emily away slowly, suspecting it of being a proposition. "'How much do you charge?'" Nancy mutters under her breath. This makes Emily laugh.