Flashback, flashback of Freaktown telling Fearless he's got to keep a list of things he wants to do before he dies. Here's a tip: whatever you assume they'd say in this scene, that's exactly what they say. Freaktown points to the right side of the tent and announces that those are the People Who Think Scuds Are Powerful Roaches. Now, if I'd been recapping this show for more than six episodes, I'd be pretty sure this next moment is a shout-out: Freaktown begins to dance and sing "I Can See Clearly Now." It's the song the nurse sang to my mother after thirty-six hours of labor when my head came out. But this show wouldn't possibly be giving me a shout-out, but I'm starting to realize how my mother must have felt when she heard this song, since it feels like I've been recapping this episode my entire life -- this horrible, painful experience that really isn't ever going to end, is it? At one point, Fearless looks right into the camera and gives us a "Dig this cat?" look. Oh, man. People, we've got to go!
Katrina asks Fearless whether he started a list. Fearless says he's making his way through it. She asks where Freaktown is now. "Believe it or not, he's here somewhere," Fearless answers with a laugh.
Two cars outside now. Sirens can be heard at a distance. Fearless smokes, deciding to stand in the parking lot rather than outside his motel room. The manager tells Fearless that he's got a phone call, and asks if he wants to take the call in his room or in the office. Fearless doesn't want to wake his guests, so he takes it in the office.
Fearless tells the manager he did a good job clearing the place. "Hey, it's on the city's dime, right?" he asks as he leaves the room. So, it's the coroner on the phone, and in some ridiculous plot twist, he says that two "cops" came by twenty minutes ago to see the dead bodies of Lara and Katrina themselves. He says that he said no because he didn't know them, but that they were really insistent. Suddenly, the line goes dead. Huh? Is he dead? Twenty minutes ago? Are they still there? What's going on? Fearless tells the manager to get his gun and an impressive amount of ammo. The rifle is just sitting there for anybody to take, by the way. Fearless tells the manager to lock himself in his office. He calls Wahlberg. "Joel Stevens," Wahlberg answers. It's quiet, and then Fearless says, "We've got a problem." "Hey," Wahlberg says all cool. "I just talked to the coroner. I'm on my way."