Creepy Dave's almost late for Blue Odyssey's set, and comes equipped with alcohol, saying he needed a little liquid courage. They start playing as the fire flares up in the storage room. Porter also chooses this time to come in and punch Warren, who punches him back. Lynette breaks it up and sends Porter home. Porter tells Warren he's dead. She heads out, but not before turning back to say this to Warren: "Hitting women and children? You must be so proud." She leaves and Warren instructs his henchman to lock the door. So he does, with a padlock, so that even people on the inside can't open it to get out. Again, I don't think a door would have this specific type of lock on the inside. Especially the door of a business, because then no one could open it from the outside to come in.
The fire's really blazing in the backroom at this point. In the alley outside, Lynette asks Porter what he was thinking. He tells her that this is all her fault and anything that happens is on her. Um, Porter? She's not the one who knocked up someone else's wife, okay? That was you. Back inside, smoke starts coming out of the vents from the storage room and fire starts behind the band. Creepy Dave notices, but pretends not to. Luckily, Edie notices it soon after. She screams "Fire!" just like she did in the beginning. And the mayhem begins. Carlos tries to leave, but falls off the stage. Tom and Orson go to help him, and Orson gets knocked down by someone who I think is supposed to be fleeing, but it seems like an intentional body-check. Tom looks at Orson, whose face is bloodied, to make sure he can get out on his own, and then helps Carlos out. Grandma Nutjob gets up to leave, but gets knocked down on her way out.
Susan wants to go back for Jackson, but Julie says there's an exit near the bathroom so he'll get out, and that they have to get themselves out. In the bathroom, "Jackson" (this is clearly not Gale Harold; I'm not sure if that's because of Gale's accident or because it's considered stunt work) sees smoke coming in, and realizes the door is locked. He breaks the paper towel holder off the wall and uses it to break the window. Not Gale also uses it so that we don't know it's not Gale. But, hello? That hair is not Gale's. I would know, since I have been obsessed with the man for years. I'm not proud of it, okay? All right, maybe I am a little proud. Anyway, he gets out, THANK GOD.