Lenny and Karyn walk toward the bike shop, and they're surprised to see that Guido is the only other team there. "This is faster," Bill says with great assurance. He has no idea whether he's right or not, but -- as usual -- he's not letting that stand in his way.
Nancy and Emily in their cab. Nancy -- being oddly over-pessimistic, it seems to me -- says that they can either do the glider and "go out with a bang," or they can "ride the bikes and try to hang in there." Sheesh, Nance, you're not on life support yet. Don't become defeatist! Nancy suggests they try the bikes; Emily, who looks extremely disgusted with something or other, goes along. They get to the bike shop, and as they approach the Guidos, the music guy tries to create suspense by scoring this sequence with heavy wah-nah-nah-nah-nah music, but honestly, what are we supposed to think? They're going to wrestle? Have a showdown? Pistols at dawn? I don't think so. Tone down the score, people.
Back at the FF castle. Margarita wakes up in Cuddly Pillow Frank's lap and grins and stretches. Okay, that was slightly cute, or at least it would have been if he had smiled. Which he didn't. Of course, this kind of thing might not be so endearing from the guy's point of view. Various parts of Limited Circulation Frank may be going numb as she peacefully sleeps, so I suppose I should be more understanding. Anyway, the gate opens and they go inside. Long story short? They paddle around and get the Fast Forward. Highlight? When Frank goes all Loud and Pushy, Margarita says, "Frank, I hate that. Why do you gotta blame everything on me? We're both doing this." Rah rah! Go Margarita! Anyway, they get the FF pass, and they're sent to Agra, India, which makes Frank yell. It's still not that difficult, you'll notice, to make Frank yell. It's 4,000 miles to New Delhi. That's a ways.