Commercials. Shut up, Flo. Oh, I'm sorry, that had nothing to do with the commercials, except that that's what I was screaming while they were going on.
The Amazing Yellow Line travels from Ho Chi Minh City to Hue. Gerard interviews that twenty-four hours on a train, as it turns out, is a lot. He comments that at least they had beds, whereas FloZach had to sleep in their seats. Cut to FloZach, doing just that. Zach is making the best of it, mouth-breathing shamelessly while stretched out for a snooze. Flo, determined to be as miserable and put-upon as possible, has curled up against the corner of her seat in an obviously uncomfortable position that you wouldn't ever assume voluntarily unless you were trying to pick up tips as a street contortionist. Teri explains in her interview that once Zach and Flo didn't get a sleeper, she didn't see much of them for, presumably, the rest of the leg. I like to imagine that as soon as the camera cuts away from this interview, Teri does a comedically exaggerated "Whew!" with the back of her hand across her forehead.
A pretty morning arrives as the train continues toward Hue. Flo wakes up complaining, not having missed a step since the previous evening. "This was a horrible night...horrible," she says. "I feel like I got hit by a truck." If you cup a hand to your ear, you can hear several million viewers mutter, "I'll give you 'hit by a truck.'" She yammers some more about how miserable she is and so forth, and about how she has no idea what's going on or where she is, but she sees Zach sleeping, so she figures she can't have gone too terribly wrong. As Zach wakes and stretches, the loud music plays again. For whatever reason, this train system believes in accompanying your journey with the fabulous song stylings of the Vietnamese version of Mannheim Steamroller. "This music...I knew it. I predicted this music," she bitches. Zach says in a mini-interview that it wasn't a great night, but they've only got about five more hours to go until they get to Hue. I think that's called "the bright side," but I must admit that it's not particularly bright. Elsewhere, Flo pities herself. "I feel like I'm in hell," she says. Millions of viewers: "I'll give you 'in hell.'"