Off in the subplot subbasement, the Wonder Twins are putting the pieces of their plotline together. Delko states the obvious -- Stango was siphoning gas as a side gig -- and Speedle replies, "That explains his milk jones. He was trying to settle his stomach." Delko passes on the dietary habits commentary to add, "Gasoline has only one use -- to ignite." "So what ignited it?" Speedle asks rhetorically. Delko brainstorms, "Maybe fillings in his mouth caused a spark." We get a TMICam shot of some truly frightening molars grinding together. Speedle pooh-poohs that idea with, "According to his dental records, this guy had perfect teeth." The two then come up with the possibility that the heavy shag carpet in the trailer generated some serious static electricity, and that caused the spark which would have ignited the guy's stomach. Speedle then muses, "You know how you're pumping gas, you're not supposed to get in and out of your car -- or talk on the cell phone?" The two of them immediately turn to the cell phone. Delko points out that lithium batteries put out 3.7 volts of electricity, and then we see a situation where Stango, after having shuffled around his carpet for a while, answers the phone and becomes a human circuit, thus igniting the gas in his stomach. Delko deadpans, "I guess he had to take that phone call." Oh, har dee har har. Delko continues, "They say these things could kill you." Dear writers: Stop with the deadpan wit. It's neither deadpan, nor wit. Thank you, Sobell.
A-plot time again, and Calleigh's busy processing a convertible -- let's pretend we already knew that they were processing Mrs. Winters's car, so we don't have to go to the trouble of reiterating the key-information-introduced-at-the-last-minute rant. She finds pollen on the seat.