The pinks and the Weavers pull up to the Southern Colonel. The pinks come across a 7:40, and they take it. The Weavers encounter an 8:00, and they take that. "Is that good?" one of the girls asks. "I don't know," Mama answers. Yeah, when you can see that only four cars are there so far, I think you have to look a little bit. It depends on how late you are, and this one is really different from the way they usually do these. By the time the Weavers get there, there may only be four times left, scattered around 37 trailers, and it's the middle of the night. It's not quite the same thing as people who don't hunt around in a fairly small space. You could spend a hell of a lot of time looking before you even found another one -- plenty of time for another team to have taken the one you already had. I'm not inclined to come down as hard here on the non-searching teams as some past instances have inspired me to do, but it's clearly not the right move.
In the Schroeder car, things have become impossibly tense for reasons that are difficult to pin down. Mark is talking about how he doesn't know where they're going, and Stassi is just losing it, telling him to "shut up" and so forth. I mean, he is obnoxious, but I'm not understanding why she's falling apart to quite this degree. "You are upsetting me so much," she whines. At the mobile-home park, Stassi is all weeping as Char reads the clue, so her dad gives her a hug...which is nice, but again, there's something about this that isn't making total sense, because she's just completely unglued. The pinks run into Char and tell her to look for 7:40, telling her that the Weavers pulled 8:00. The Schroeders first find an 8:00 time, and Mark wants to take it even knowing the earlier time (dummy), but Stassi convinces them to keep looking.
Gaghans. Tammy wakes up the kids to help look for the Southern Colonel. They hop out at the clue box. When they find an 8:00 departure time, they take it without looking further. They don't know about the 7:40, but still: Boo! On the way out, Carissa comments that she doesn't like the unlit, uninhabited trailers. "They're eeeevil." Heh. Yeah, I'm not sure a showroom mobile home would be an entirely non-creepy place to spend the night.
Paolos. They pull up and start looking. When the Schroeders see that the Paolos are there and that the Gaghans are still around (I think they don't realize Bill and Tammy pulled a time already), Mark declares that they have to take whatever the next one they see turns out to be. I'm not even sure all these teams even understood that everybody was going to get a time, you know? It wasn't like if you didn't grab one, you'd be left behind. Outside, after the Schroeders pull an 8:00 time, Stassi wails, "We're with the Florida team now!" She is way too fixated on that one team, I will tell you that right now. The pinks try to calm Stassi down, telling her that the 20 minutes at the beginning of the day isn't all that likely to matter that much. "One minute makes the biggest difference, though," she sobs and wails. Eh. It's already done, so calming herself and getting some sleep at this point would be a lot more productive than pulling this routine.