Jill and John Vito ask for directions to the train to Zurich, and are told that they should bus it back to Schaffhausen (where they came in on the train before), and then grab the train to Zurich. Back on Little Boat One, though, one of the boat guys fills in the non-lead teams that they can walk to a train station right by the Rheinfall and can catch the train to Zurich from there. JVJ boards the bus to Schaffhausen, as everyone else scampers into the Rheinfall train station. Jill and John Vito are the new keepers of the transportation curse, I think. Every cab they get is slow, they get bad directions regularly, and they've been hosed by more near-misses than anyone. I sense an untipped cabbie somewhere in their past.
Waiting for the train, Ken sits on the ground with Flo, leaning on a pillar. "I got your girl," he says to Zach. Zach sits down amiably, not particularly biting on the bait. Kenny asks Flo when she thinks the two of them should start dating. "Immediately upon our return to the United States," she says with a grin. Kenny agrees that they can have their first date as soon as the show is over. Miss Alli's Dad: "Wait, is that Zach?" Miss Alli: "No, that's Kenny. He's gay, actually. He's just kidding." Kenny and Flo exchange a theatrical cheek-kiss, which is observed by a bemused Drew. You can almost see the red light flashing in his head and hear the buzzing noise. Run away, Drew!
At Schaffhausen, Jill and John Vito hop the train. Everyone speculates about everyone else's fate, as the teams at the Rheinfall train station speculate that JVJ is probably in Zurich already and JVJ wonders why other teams aren't on the train with them. Speculation isn't necessary for long, however, because when the non-lead teams hop on the Zurich express train at the Rheinfall station, it turns out to be the very same train JVJ hopped in Schaffhausen. The train pulls out and speeds past some very lovely scenery, which goes by at about a hundred and twenty miles an hour, according to the sped-up footage. Phil repeats exactly the explanation of the Lindenhof clue that he gave about ten minutes ago. As repetitive as Phil often is, this almost seems like a blunder of some kind -- it's hard for me to believe they actually intended to play Phil's spiel about the officer and the underground vault all the way through twice. Weird.