We cut to a bus stop. RevCam wanders up to some crazy homeless guy named Frank, who's sitting there waiting for the bus. He doesn't have any shoes. Eric asks about the shoes. Frank tells him somebody at the shelter stole them. Eric offers to bring him back to the shelter to find replacements. Frank can't. He's waiting for Jesus, who he claims rides this bus. Is He going to wash Frank's feet? Hell, I tell you. Satan's going to make an exception and put me in the ninth circle with the traitors and betrayers. Eric thinks about it for a moment, then kicks off his loafers and gives them to Frank and walks off, thanking Staff Sgt. Dwight J. Morgan. Let's just assume that he calls his congressional representative to demand some honest reform in our mental healthcare system off-camera. ["Let's also assume that Brenda Hampton called Winnie Holzman to apologize for ripping that scene off from the 'So-Called Angels' episode of My So-Called Life, also off-camera. Oh, wait -- let's not. Shut up, Brenda." -- Sars]
Back at the CamPound, Ruthie is setting the camera up again. She's wearing another flag-clad shirt, and the pin Morgan sent her. She puts on an olive-green military cap, and says that she's dedicating this song to Staff Sgt. Dwight J. Morgan. She tells the troops that she appreciates what they're doing for them. She turns on the boom box, and sings and dances badly to "I Won't Back Down." It's still creepy.