Jonathan and Connor pause to ask directions and learn they're on the wrong side of the city. Wow, that was quick. "I hope we get out of America," Jonathan jokes, so he's probably glad they're not doing the family edition. Then the car gives a lurch, which means they probably ran over a cockroach.
Logan Airport. Driving past, Brook and Claire miss the sign for "pre-flight airport parking," but Ron and Tony don't, so they're the first to park and get aboard the shuttle. Chad and Stephanie park next, Chad acting like a big spaz (possibly because Stephanie made him smell her stinky bandanna for some reason) and they're on the next shuttle, with high hopes for being on the first flight. Thomas and Jill arrive next, and Jill's happy to see only two other Smart cars parked there. Visible ones, that is; you never know if there are more inside the ones they can see, like Russian nesting dolls. Next are Katie and Rachel, the volleyball team, and they fail to get on the same shuttle with Jill and Thomas because they can't get their back hatch open in time. Come on, how hard is that? Just look for the pop tab. Gary and Mallory park next, followed by Brook and Claire, and both teams get on the same shuttle, which leaves while doctors Nat and Kat are still unpacking their car. The three women work themselves up into quite a lather of excitement, to the point where Mallory is screaming just because she's so excited about screaming. It's a good thing she is a girl rather than the boy Gary wanted, because all that screeching would be even more off-putting coming from a dude.
Inside the terminal, Ron and Tony are the first team to secure seats on the first flight to Heathrow. Tony says they want to get the Express Pass. I have to say, if nothing else, the new twist at least motivates people to do better than tenth place in the first leg.