Teams hurtle toward the hotel. Seriously, the camera people and the editors just lost their minds this week. Whatever method of motion-sickness-inducement they were using before, they cranked it up to eleven this time, because I seriously need five deep breaths and a stiff drink to stop my stomach from churning. Speaking of my churning stomach, Team Guido disembarks from the cab, followed by Kevin and Drew. Guido rips open the clue. It leads them to a spot outside the Coliseum. No, no, this time it IS the Coliseum you're thinking of -- the one in Rome. Incidentally, they get a photo of the spot they're going to, and if it's the same one they show us, it shows the entire Coliseum. Nevertheless, Bill crows, "I know exactly where that is, that's right outside the Coliseum." Yeah, no kidding. I ONCE AGAIN got lost trying to get out of fucking downtown Minneapolis JUST LAST NIGHT, so I don't exactly have a natural compass in my nose, but I still think I could have looked at that picture and deduced that it was the Coliseum. In news not related to my navigational difficulties, Joe and Bill head for the airport as Kevin and Drew open the clue and follow.
Tunis airport, with many Tunisian flags. (I think this show is going to create one of those weird quirks in American knowledge where only seven percent of people questioned will have the ability to identify the Vice President, but half of the population will have the ability to identify the Tunisian flag.) Bill and Joe walk up to Tunis Air and ask for tickets in French. You know, I like potatoes au gratin as much as the next person, but if I never have to hear French again after this show is over, it's going to be such a relief. At the ticket counter, they learn that there's a strike in Rome for part of the day, so you can't go directly there. They set up a flight that connects in Zurich, and hey! Here comes Shower-Fresh. "Drew has just arrived," Bill announces gravely. Wide-angle close-up of Drew that makes him look seriously menacing. No, SERIOUSLY menacing. "Look at his face," Joe and Bill chortle. (TGOOOT, Part 3.) Bill goes over and conspiratorially whispers to the flight attendant (in subtitled French) that the other contestants are arriving. (TGOOOT, Part 4.) She could give a crap, Bill. Look at her face.