Night. Skye is still at the sound stage. She's on the phone with a friend who thinks she's too obsessed with the fan sites. "They're not fans, they're freaks!" Can't they be both?
Now back to Jeff, who's gassing up his car when a man's voice catches his attention. It's Billy Grimm, talking from the promo screen on top of the pump. "People say I'm dangerous. Me? I'm completely harmless." Odd images flash on the screen: A wound under a man's nipple, a doll, a hand with misshapen fingers and a girl holding a knife. This is followed by the show's logo, all the letters of the word "cult" stylized to look like boxes within boxes. Billy goes on: "As for my followers, I can't vouch for them. They seem to be everywhere... And it could just be that you're next." Jeff watches the ad with a mixture of scorn and fascination. His phone rings, interrupting the cute Roomba ad that comes on next. It's his brother Nate, but his voice is staticky and distorted. "Jeff! I have... warn you! Well... these... right off! Well, hey, these things just snap right off!" Nate screams and then the connection is lost.
When he can't get Nate back on the phone, Jeff decides to drop by baby bro's house. The door is unlocked. The color of the walls -- in this light, a mixture of glow sticks and Mountain Dew -- would be enough to drive anybody over the edge. Still, though, to have a house at all as a 20-year-old slacker is pretty good. A cursory search of the house doesn't turn up Nate, but Jeff does find an office chair soaked with blood. Jeff freaks out. An episode of Inner Show plays on the TV while Billy Grimm seems to break the fourth wall (twice) to smile directly at us.