2:41 AM. FloZach. Gee, Flo, I'm thinking six minutes is probably longer than the pants took, huh? You'd almost think the pants weren't the cause of the last leg's delay. Anyway, they read the clue. Flo helpfully explains that "Jet D'Eau" means "jet of water." In an interview, they explain that they're really not enjoying the feeling of being in last place at all. Make a note of it. If we keep writing down dislikes, at some point, we're going to stumble across something that makes Flo happy, if only by process of elimination.
Asshat gets a cab to Geneva. FloZach gets a lead from a random hotel guy, so they're off to Geneva as well. Flo asks the hotel guy to call a cab for them, but then as they're waiting, Zach gets twitchy about the prospect of paying for a taxi all the way to Geneva (which Phil previously pegged at better than fifty miles). Flo asks what else he would suggest, and Zach says that a train might be a possibility. This leads to a Flo voice-over about how annoying it is that Zach is so worried about money. "He's being so cheap," she practically spits. She has clearly decided to live leg-to-leg, and opted against accumulating money, despite clear evidence from previous races that money could be important. If you saw the racers trying to coax people out of their cabs in last season's finale, you know that they were trying to bribe people with paltry sums like fifty bucks, and you also know that had they been waving five hundred instead, they'd have had the cab -- and therefore, the race. Money is going to be huge one of these times, mark my words -- maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday. (There's my Casablanca joke! Only a few weeks late!) Despite Zach's misgivings, they do wind up taking the cab. Oh, look. She got her way. Sigh.
Bald Snark arrives at the airport to find it closed. Asshat follows, with Ian still bitching in a voice-over about how they've been "underestimated." Of course, his previous theory was that they were a target because all the other teams feared them. You'd think Ian could at least pick one self-aggrandizing theory and stick with it. Heavily edited snippets from Flo and Zach allegedly illustrate his point, however, as Zach voices over that he "tend[s] to forget about Teri and Ian," and Flo says she's "sure they haven't figured out where the hell they're going." Context for either statement? Oh, no. There's none. At any rate, Ian sounds out the whole "jet of water" thing as they look at the great big fountain. "Jet water, I got it," he says craftily. They grab the clue.