Ian and Teri get out of their cab, and he immediately starts bugging her to go faster. You know, for their next anniversary, I'm thinking of getting them matching monogrammed cattle prods. After all, not everyone needs another set of guest towels. Elsewhere, Ken and Gerard pay the admission to get into the palace grounds. Still elsewhere, Flo bothers Zach while he tries to read the map. "I'm not going to get involved," she says, "but how do you know this is the right way?" Excuse me, she's "not going to get involved"? I hope she's not planning to "get involved" with the money if they win. Shut up, Flo. She continues to complain that he doesn't know where he's going. Not that she's getting involved. "It's that thing in front of us," he indicates. "Whatever," she says dismissively, chawing her gum. My eyelid begins to twitch.
Teri is falling behind Ian, so she asks him to wait up. When she catches up, he's on her again. "You think you could jog a little?" he snots. They go in. Man, I am really running low on Shut Up over here, so it would be nice if someone would conserve. The Bald Snark and Teri and Ian look for someone who can show them to the pavilion that's indicated by the clue.
Flo and Zach reach the entrance of the Imperial Palace at last. They go in.
There is more inquiring into the location of the pavilion. Ken and Gerard get directions, but then when they run into Teri and Ian, they fake not knowing where it is. "Pretend we don't know, Gerard," Ken mutters to him. They flap their arms in mock confusion so Asshat won't follow them. Hey, it worked on the twins. (Ouch.) After a little more hustling, the Bald Snark are first to get to the clue box. They pull the clue. It sends them to the bridge in Nam O Da Nang, where they will find another route marker. They take off, as Ian and Teri continue, elsewhere, asking for directions.
In their cab, Ken and Gerard direct their cabbie. Gerard carefully reads the clue. "Gerard, your Vietnamese is awesome," Kenny deadpans. "Just awesome, you nailed it." "I know, I took that Berlitz," Gerard deadpans back. Man, it's so good to have someone along on the last part of the proceedings who doesn't irritate the hell out of me.