An English family group with tee shirts sporting the motto " Fifty - expletive - five ! ". The 'g' has been left off the expletive. It would seem the father of the family has turned 55 and has taken his extended family away to celebrate. Angus thinks the tee-shirts are rather vulgar . Would they get away with wearing them in a US airport ? None of the other passengers , even those with inquisitive six year olds, seem to notice or care. The family group find it highly amusing - the joke as fresh for them as it must have been when they first dreamt up the slogan. Angus wonders if his prurience is another sign that he's getting old.
Bob and Sophie delighted that they've been taken to the airport. The sliding doors with their mesmerizing ' whoosh ' sound remain an object of canine delight. Bob discovers that by lying in the right place and moving his paws he can set of the electronic beam that makes the doors move. There was another PON in history that used to do the same thing. The comfort of familiarity.