At 4:00 AM, tickets start printing up, and as expected, everyone's on the same flight to Prague via Riga, per the Amazing Red Line. At the Prague airport, Meghan and Cheyne are the first to emerge from the terminal and hail a taxi, followed by Sam and Dan. Brian and Ericka, on the other hand, are asking for directions to the subway. What? Are they that low on cash? Did the Shaft hit them that hard? The Globetrotters also get a taxi, which Ericka points out to Brian as he leads her to the shuttle bus. "Somebody on the airplane said this was the fastest way to get to the old city center," Brian says as he and Ericka wait for the shuttle to take off. "Kind of taking a gamble, but we hope it pays off," he says. Because this kind of gamble ever does.
In their respective cabs, Meghan|Cheyne know they'll be looking for an old car, while Sam and Dan ask their cab driver if a Praga is some kind of jacket or robe. No answer. Ericka says they're at least seeing some of the sights, which is always such a great sign on this show. And the Globetrotters are trying to get something -- anything -- out of their elderly, slack-jawed driver. Flight Time remarks that they're going to old town to look for an old car, so it's appropriate that their cabbie is an old man, and driving like one.
Meghan and Cheyne get out of their cab at the square, and have barely paid the driver by the time Meghan spots the car they're looking for. They dash over to it just as Sam and Dan pull up and follow them, essentially doing what Sam accused the Globetrotters of last week. Meghan and Cheyne quietly read the clue handed to them by the man sitting in the car, and Phil says they need to get to a place called "Kayaky Troja," which Phil refers to as an "outdoor adventure center." Well, it seems to have a canal that's been converted into a man-made rapids, so it seems to fit that bill. Both teams grab taxis, but Meghan|Cheyne's taxi ends up behind Sam and Dan's. Sam admits they would have been screwed if they hadn't seen them, then realizes, "Dang, we ran though that so fast I didn't get a chance to look at the center." And then there's a little segment about how Sam is appreciating taking everything in. Dan, not so much; in fact, in the cab, he snaps at Sam, who is narrating everything, "Stop narrating everything." Heh. He's over Sam's infatuation with every place they visit. "I don't make a big deal out of it like I'm in third grade." Ouch. No, he does other stuff like he's in third grade.