The Globetrotters get off the train and try to find their way through the station. Dan finishes the rope, and allows himself to be pulled in with a high-pitched whine. Sam is closing in, but Brian is just hanging out waiting for Ericka, who is on a hard uphill slog. Perhaps if Brian knew what he knows now, he would have done a Flight Time and gotten himself sent down first instead of waiting up for the missus.
Cheyne finds an instrument in box seven, but it's a balalaika, and it's full-sized. Even so, he snags it and heads back down to the stage, ignoring Meghan's repeated calls to be systematic and her question of "Is that a tiny instrument?" as he climbs the steps to the stage, plucking the strings. Don Giovanni takes the instrument, examines it, and after letting Cheyne grin cluelessly at him for a long moment, lets out a "HA! HA! HA! HA," playing to box one-zillion before going serious and saying, "No." What does a large ham want with a tiny instrument in the first place?
The Globetrotters have transferred to the subway, and Big Easy analyzes the situation as Meghan wanting to work with them but Cheyne not. "Meghan is smarter than him, as you can see, because she wanted to work with us. Hopefully we can catch him and stick it to him." He doesn't have a plan for keeping Meghan out of it, but then that's not really his problem. Here's their stop.
Sam finishes scrambling along the rope. Brian's merely waiting for Ericka, just short of the platform. As the brothers jog over to de-harness, Sam calls up to Ericka, "Just rest your arms, you're fine." Aw, how nice of him to look out for her like that.