We see Earl posted by the corner of Casa de Creepy as Sofie steps onto the porch. Lightning flashes as Leroy rides by on a horse, and the horse whinnies and breaks into a run. Leroy calls, "Earl, help!" Off goes Earl. The camera slides down to show some barbed-wire fencing. Although it seems like they've fenced off about ten feet right in front of the house. Maybe they're just starting to put it up. Which would be fine if it wasn't barbed wire. You don't use a barbed-wire fence to keep people out. Okay, maybe it'd slow down a crowd, but if you've got opposable thumbs, it's really not hard to slip through barbed wire. It might snag your clothes, but consider who we're talking about here. I don't think that's a concern. The fact that it's presumably intended to hold back people who used to be farmers just makes it that much goofier. Oy. Anyway, the camera continues down so that we see Ben lurking in the shadows as another guard passes by the front of the house. Ben peers up at the porch as Justin steps outside.
Justin says he was hoping to find Sofie outside. She asks if he needs anything. Justin admires the flashes of lightning, and then sits on the swing and asks Sofie to join him. Ben scoots up to the house, ducking down out of sight by the porch steps. Justin tells Sofie that he's been watching her. Ben eavesdrops as Justin says, "There's something very special about you. Intuitive understanding." Ben pulls out his knife. Justin says, "But I think --" and then sighs and looks drained for a moment. When he's recovered from the knife-related random power drain, he tells Sofie that she hasn't "surrendered to the call." He thinks that Sofie still has doubts. Justin says that, in the Bible, women like Sofie are handmaidens of Christ. He rests his hand on her shoulder and recites, "On my handmaidens, I will pour out in those days of my spirit and they will prophesy." Throughout this scene, the lightning flashes and the power flickers, which makes everything look very cool. Sofie asks Justin what he wants. He wants to have sex with you, Sofie. And maybe for you to tell him the future afterward; I'm not clear on that part. Justin claims that he wants Sofie to be happy, which is the short version. Ben keeps on watching vigilantly and doing nothing as Justin strokes Sofie's hair and says that he wants her to be part of the family. He leans in and whispers in her ear, "I see who you are." The various lighting effects flicker more quickly as Justin keeps his face close to Sofie's, not quite kissing her. And then he takes her chin in his hand and he is quite definitely kissing her. Ben's like, "Maybe now? No. Now? No, wait...Now! ...Hm, no." Hamlet was more decisive. Sofie sighs, "I'm sorry, I can't," and gets up to go inside. Justin grabs her wrist, halting her retreat. "Oh, oh, now!" Ben thinks, and he actually stands up to jump onto the porch when someone grabs him from behind. Exciting! No, wait, it's just Jonesy. Jonesy pulls Ben back down out of sight and whispers, "Don't. It's suicide!" Ben hisses that he doesn't care. Jonesy insists that this isn't the time, because, um, I don't know. He adds, "Sofie can take care of herself." Ben leans back against the house, exhausted from all that hesitating. Up on the porch, Sofie looks at Justin and complains, "You're hurting me." Justin releases his grip on her arm, and Sofie goes inside. Justin turns and stares out at the storm. Another mounted guard rides up, and Justin says, "Good evening," and then goes into the house. Ben and Jonesy scurry back down the hill as we fade out.