The gang is driving their truck to the location Cowpoke Type gave them. Derek does an intro for the camera, and Jason and Chloe laugh at him. Chloe asks if they can go eat somewhere. Derek pulls into "Last Chance Vittles." Inside, a dog walks up to Derek, who slips him a little food. It's the same dog from the RV! Hey, isn't that a health code violation? Derek and Jason harass Chloe for not eating meat. One-Armed Guy (who is also the diner owner) walks up and asks them if they want pie. Derek eyes the pie, which has flies buzzing around it, and turns him down. Derek asks about the address they got in the video clip (the "Sex Road" one.) After some initial confusion, they realize that the address is actually 3456 Rhode Avenue. Say it out loud (as they did, numerous times) and I'm sure you will get it. Derek wants to talk to One-Armed Guy, but he won't talk on camera. Derek asks about the mutilations, and the Desert Squid, but all the guy will say is that both things "might be good for tourism." One-Armed Guy gives them the check, and Derek excuses himself to "hit the head."
Derek enters the scary, broken-apart bathroom. There's someone in one of the stalls, but the person's feet are facing the wall, and not the toilet or the door. Huh? The urinal is broken off the wall, so Derek decides to use the sink. Hey, desperate times call for desperate measures. Just ask Fox when they are trying to fill all available time slots in January. ["Hey, they've still got The Lone Gunmen, Night Visions, and Unnamed Michael Crichton Project! In other words, what Kim said." -- Wing Chun] A voice tells Derek not to piss in the sink. Derek walks over to the stall and pushes the door open, just as Elsing (the crazy guy from the pilot episode) grabs him from behind and accuses Derek of "sticking his nose where it doesn't belong." Elsing insists that "there is no Desert Squid." Derek asks whether this has something to do with Adam. Elsing warns Derek to "stay away from this one" because "it's between them and [Elsing]." Derek wants to know who "they" are, saying that he needs to know what's going on. Elsing grabs him and throws him up against the wall, saying that "what's going on is good and evil." Well, he's a little dramatic, isn't he? Elsing throws Derek to the floor, and my first thought is "Ew! That floor must be so dirty!" Derek gets up and runs outside, but Elsing is nowhere to be found. He asks Chloe and Jason whether they saw anything, but they don't know what he's talking about. Derek sees a black Suburban taking off, and says they have to follow it in their truck.