In the finale show, Elliot and Vince make it to their great-great-grandfather's all-time favorite town. Randall, NY, was established by Rand as a valhalla of sorts for the McNally lineage. It's customary that all McNallys make a pilgrimage here in their formative years to learn about the famous family and their place in the cartographical world at large. Listen to the McNally brothers take in the sights, talk about the highlights and say a fond farewell from these parts to yours.
Vince and Elliot McNally head to the bayou to check out Loufficeatte, LA. Rand's 2nd all-time favorite town was once the short-lived sovereign country of Randada. Rand purchased the land from French con-woman Lucille Loufficeatte in a deal called the Lousiana Hornswaggle—it reverted back to US jurisdiction shortly thereafter. To this day, the town holds onto its sordid past as a welcome home for con artists and swindlers of all ilk. Chatting with the boys about all that and more is Lucille's great-great-granddaughter Blair Loufficeatte (Janelle Blasdel).
Vince and Elliot McNally head west to Rand's 3rd all-time favorite town. Isle of Doves, CA, was the westernmost point in the union until Alaska and Hawaii were admitted. Rand created one of the first formal nature preserves when he discovered the small island, though he originally believed he had found a sea-route to Japan—despite still being within sight of mainland California. Isle of Doves is only inhabited by a small community of doves and dovekeepers, and the McNallys are lucky enough to sit down with one of them: Seashell Paragon (Aric McKeown).
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