At the Polo Club, the KELLY2004A2674 has been partially recharged via an AC adapter, and is plugging into the cigarette lighter in a big SUV so that he can take Elizabeth to Kinko's. Ah, Kinko's. The last refuge of the late-night taskmaster, and, I have always believed, a place that sounds from its name like it should sell handcuffs and inflatable First Ladies of the United States. And it totally doesn't. Elizabeth winds up in the back seat with a laptop, probably reading off Mapquest directions as Kelly tries to drive. Unfortunately, while it was supposed to be a fifteen-minute drive, Kelly says that it probably took forty-five minutes to an hour to find the place, "driving around the back woods of Connecticut." Hey, I've wound up in the back woods of Connecticut trying to get from Minneapolis to Bloomington, so I'm not judging. ["I blame Mapquest, which may have sent them through both Minneapolis and Bloomington on their way to Connecticut." -- Wing Chun] Kelly goes on to explain that he doesn't require any sleep, but that he wants the team to get some, because Raj will be "useless" if he winds up sleep-deprived, and Raj has big stuff he's in charge of in the morning. Like, undoubtedly, complaining.
Speaking of Raj, he and John are placing a large Genworth sign (it's really big, like the size of the wall of a room, only it's very ungainly and curved) when they bump it against an awning and break the frame. A big piece of the sign collapses. "Uh-oh," they say. John points out that it will look bad for the sponsor of the event if its sign looks like it's been involved in a tragic rollover accident.
Elsewhere, in the SUV, Kelly is taking a call on the Space Communicator from Raj, who is back at the club and would like to know where the hell Kelly and Elizabeth are. Kelly breaks the news that they're lost, so he's not sure how long it's going to take them to get back. Kelly says that he felt really bad, because as a result of his getting lost with Elizabeth, Raj and John were losing precious sleeping time that they should have had -- which means, I assume, that they had to stay up in order to do something after Kelly got back from Kinko's. Kelly openly admits in the interview that he should have handled it better, and should have been more on top of mapping out the route. Of course, nobody's navigational skills are sharp in the middle of the night, so he shouldn't be too hard on himself. He's lucky he didn't drive off a bridge into a river. Which would have made, you must admit, for a really suspenseful finale.