Millie and Chuck are still floating around, looking for the museum. Behind them are Kelly and Jon, and Kelly takes this moment to explain in an interview why she refers to Chuck and Millie as "the werewolf and Millie the Mole." She explains that Jon keeps looking at Millie and going "molemolemolemole," which I didn't know was an Austin Powers reference until someone told me, because I am increasingly the least hip person on the planet, with the possible exception of Tom DeLay. They call Chuck "werewolf" because although he's "very handsome," as Kelly explains it, the way his mouth twitches reminds her of "second stage werewolf," which is...sort of true, and substantially funnier than calling a girl with a mole "Millie the Mole," which really isn't funny at all. Of course, if I got too morally outraged at them for being catty, I think the bolt of lightning that would strike me would take out my entire apartment complex, which does house an admittedly small number of inoffensive people whom I would hate to see fried like pork rinds, so I'm going to leave it at an eye-rolling but understanding "tsk."
Chip and Reichen are floating and searching as well. They seem to be following Kelly and Jon, who are following Chuck and Millie, which I guess makes Millie the blonde leading the bland. And Kelly the chaser chasing the chaste. I have such a headache. In another part of the river, Al thinks he is actually understanding where he and ClownJon are. The clowns note that the other teams all went the opposite direction, which they find baffling, because it seems to them you would start out by actually figuring out where you're going. Silly clowns. Monica and Sheree are just taking off from the dock, and they find the whole boat-driving thing not entirely to their liking. When Tian and Jaree arrive at the dock, they're pretty flummoxed as well. In the boat, Jaree offers to drive so that Tian can look, but Tian just says she's fine, and acts like she knows where they're going. In an interview, Jaree says that Tian doesn't listen to her, but always just does what she wants to do. True, it would appear.