Sitting in a car, EJO observes a drunken pair teetering into each other and speculates that they don't even know each other's names, so it's no wonder God wants them to end it all. Hey, they're not the ones sitting in a parked car like they're at Inspiration Point, EJO. EJO points out another couple and instructs Colin Hanks to follow them, and when Colin Hanks notes that the guy is pretty big, EJO responds by starting the car and pushing Colin Hanks's leg down so his foot presses the gas, thereby sending the car into the unsuspecting pair. Colin Hanks is horrified, but EJO tells him to get the girl and put her in the trunk before somebody comes, which he does, apologizing to the half-conscious girl along the way. I haven't read the Bible in ages, it's true, but did the Whore of Babylon really get run over by a four-door sedan?
Batista shows up at Porter's door, and he's awfully brave to be knocking here, but Porter is decent when she answers, and tells him Quinn's in the bathroom. She heads off to get him, and presumably he pulls her in for some goodbye action, as she leaves Batista alone for an awfully long time. Which works out well when he spots some boxes under the desk with EJO's name on them; as ominous music plays, he finds a leather satchel with a Post-It marked "The Alpha And The Omega Of The Enesserette." He opens it, and his eyes go wide when he sees drawings of some rather disturbing imagery we've seen recently -- locusts, angels, you get the point. Batista decides not to be coy, instead asking Porter to join him, and his urgency overrides any feeble protests she advances about invasion of privacy. When Quinn appears, Porter takes the book from Batista, and she and Quinn are stunned to see what it contains. Well, this'll put a damper on any further goodbye sex.