"So as a result, we were on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again for four years of college and most of the summer." Mason is telling Kristi his life history which really must be duller than dull. "This old girlfriend of yours, Lisa?" "Yes?" Mason prompts. "I hate her," Kristi says. "Really?" Mason asks, intrigued. "She's made you question your own value. She's indecisive. I say either in or out, I'm a fan of bold action," Kristi says. "Bold action," Mason murmurs, looking at her and thinking "in and out." "Yes, you take a chance, if it works, great, if not, at least you know," Kristi says. Mason gives in to her "bold action" speech: He grabs her and kisses her.
Weird slow-motion of Lewis walking around his room studying, and then falling asleep on a pile of books until Sarah wakes him up. "Honey, honey," she sniffs, "Your aunt Ruby just called, we have to go over to the house, we need to go right now."
Sarah and Lewis arrive at the house to find it surrounded by police cars, an ambulance and that yellow police tape. Lewis and Sarah duck under the tape and approach the house. Audra comes running up to Lewis, crying, "It was Riggs, he knew Tyrrell was going to give him up. He came to see him and they got into a fight." She points over at the porch where a still form lies, crumpled. Lewis walks up the steps and sees his cousin lying in a pool of blood with his eyes wide open. He's dead. Police cameras flash as an officer gently tries to pull Lewis away. Relatives sob in the background. Lewis walks down the porch steps and blindly reaches out for his Aunt Rose, who cries, "My baby, my baby!"
All of the housemates attend the funeral. Aunt Rose turns to Sarah: "He'll be a good father," she says as they observe Lewis picking up younger relatives, "You raised him well," Sarah tells her. "Honey, I like you," Aunt Rose tells her. "I like you too," Sarah says, smiling gently. "I know you love him, just promise me you'll never break his heart," Aunt Rose says. "I promise," Sarah says and looks affectionately over at Lewis.