Sam eats some free poison chocolate, thinks beards look sexy, but doesn't like kissing bearded men.
They both have a discussion about using roundabouts and how to use the indicators when exiting.
There's also a bonus bicker round about crashing cars.
Making turns at roundabouts
- Turning left: On your approach to a roundabout you must select the left lane, signal left, stay in the left lane to exit
- Going straight ahead: Do not signal when approaching the roundabout but always signal left before exiting a roundabout. You may approach the roundabout from either left or right lanes (unless there are road markings with other instructions), drive in the same lane through the roundabout and exit in the same lane
- Turning right: On your approach, to a roundabout you must select the right lane, signal right, stay in the right lane and signal left before exiting into the right lane
- Making a U-turn: When you use the roundabout to make a U-turn on your approach signal right from the right lane, stay in the right lane, but signal left before exiting into the right lane
- Exiting a roundabout: If practical, you must always signal left when exiting a roundabout