Inner Show. Kelly returns to the crime scene for another look. Billy Grimm shows up to taunt her. "You look tired," he says. "Is that captain of yours overworking you? Captain Brazil?" I had to pause to laugh for a couple of minutes. What kind of name is that? If the guy isn't a superhero from Rio, I will be sorely disappointed. "Why did you kill this man?" Kelly asks of the upside-down victim. "I don't kill," Billy says. "No," Kelly agrees, "you do everything through Sarah Getz." Rewind. Oops, no, make that "surrogates." People need to enunciate. Billy hints that Kelly has done some unlawful things for him in the past, though she insists she never committed murder.
Back to Outer Show. Jeff and Skye are hanging out at Fandomain, where the natives seem reluctant to talk to them. So Skye uses the time to do a little research and finds that Miriam's funeral is scheduled for that afternoon. It's suspiciously soon after her death, but Jeff isn't focusing on that. He's thinking about how he'll be able to question her friends and family at the funeral. EJ stomps up to their table, ready to pee all over her territory when she sees Skye. "She's adorable," Skye says to Jeff just out of EJ's earshot. "She's a kid," Jeff says. EJ and Skye appear to be the same age, but whatever. EJ is pissed about more than just a new woman moving in on her crush. She drops her now-defunct laptop onto the table. "Where'd you get this thing?" she asks, holding up the mystery disk. The disk erased itself, but left behind a bunch of weird symbols. EJ shows them a printout of what at first looked to me like bony alien fingers, but what I can now tell are three arms holding swords, arranged in a triskelion.
As they cross the cemetery towards Miriam's graveside service, Jeff and Skye discuss the symbol and Steven Rae. Skye says she's never seen the symbol on the show, and she's never seen Steven Rae. She thought she saw him in The Crying Game, but it turned out to be Stephen Rea.