Speaking of the airport, here are the Slow But Early teams fanning out at the counters. Charla and Mirna approach a lady at Swiss Air, who tells them that her flight is "completely full," but she agrees to give them "priority standby," whatever that means. Maybe Mirna told them she needs a psychiatristo. Bob and Joyce talk to somebody who offers them a first flight to Madrid. Elsewhere, the Moms and Twinkies decide to work together. A Twinkie voices over that they "love Linda and Karen," because they "play fair, [and] they play hard." They respect the line! They have good manners! They're not all obsessed with getting there first! Unlike...say...CHIP! That beast. They're still mad, you can just tell. Hee hee.
Charla and Mirna get on the waiting list for Swiss Air and, apparently, think they're all set. Because standby is just as good as real seats. Moms and Twinkies get tickets. Next at the airport are Brandon and Nicole, who are accompanied upon their arrival at the airport by ominous music. Brandon explains that they're going to be calling the Bariloche travel agent to see if there's anything earlier. I would assume this is partly checking to see if seats have opened up late, as they sometimes do. Brandon and Nicole crowd into a little phone booth, and Brandon reminds the travel agent who he is. He wants to know if there's a possibility that they can get on an earlier flight.
And seriously, if you aren't in love with the Amazing Camera Guys, you should be. Because at this point, we cut to a shot of a bunch of nuns in white, descending on the escalator, accompanied by the previously established Holy Music of Praying To The Arr/Dep Board, and then we sliiiiiiide back over to Brandon on the phone. Hee. I do believe it is time to revive an old recap tradition and send multiple smooches in the direction of various people you've never heard of, with the usual apologies if the wrong people are being thanked -- blame the credits. But while you're munching pretzels, give some love to Your Camera Guys: John "My Brother Won The Tour de France Six Times And All I Got Was This Lousy Camera" Armstrong, Sylvester "Tweety" Campe, Tom "Howard" Cunningham, Chip "Bud" Goebert, Bob "The Mob" Good, Per A.C. "D.C." Larsson, Dave "Chuckles" Ross, Uri "Twinkletoes" Sharon, and Jeff "Elizabeth" Taylor. Oh, and Lead Camera Peter "The Dominator" Wery, who looks to have been promoted since last we shouted out camera guys. That's what happens to guys who are called "The Dominator."