More country guitar music. The increasingly hapless DC Three are on the train going the wrong way. Donna's got a plan to get them home: they'll switch trains in Bedford, which will get them going in the right direction: "We're not going to make the 6:15. That was a pipe dream. That was folly." She says there's a 9:30 flight leaving Indianapolis with a forty-five minute layover in Chicago. She says the ticket agent warned that the flight could be delayed because of weather. Josh wonders what the chances are of that happening. Donna reminds him that the guy in the diner said there could be weather. Josh snaps, "No! No. Quaint is quaint, but we're not Navajo Indian guides." Yeah, that's actually all too obvious. You'd probably be where you're supposed to be if you were. I'm just saying. He continues, "And if we want weather information, we'll call the White House Operations Center." Donna says they can't do that right now because her cell phone battery's dead. Why neither Toby nor Josh has a cell phone is a mystery. Josh whines, "I need information, I need to know what's happening in the world. I have no idea what's happening in the world!" Yeah, because you can pretty much only get that information from CNN. Donna says she bought Josh the paper. Josh says he read it: "Preparations are under way for the fair. I'm briefed! Organizers say it's going to be the best one yet! What else you got?" Toby, sitting across from Josh, says, "'Frivolous law firms.'" Josh doesn't know what Toby's talking about. Toby says, "He meant to say, 'frivolous lawsuits,' and he said 'frivolous law firms.'" I guess we're talking about Writchie again. Or still. Josh asks: "Who?" Toby: "Benjamin Disraeli." Josh: "He misspeaks." Toby: "Yes, he does. He also thinks Sarajevo and Bosnia are two different countries so that's a bit of a setback for the region." Josh agrees. Donna, on the opposite side of the aisle, moves over to the window seat to stare at the scenery and try to tune these two out.
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