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.
Must be they didn't catch the black Suburban, because it's 11 PM and Derek, Jason, and Chloe are at the trailer to meet the guy who sent them the video clip. They knock, and when no one answers, they just walk in. The place looks like it has been ransacked. Chloe wants to leave. Jason takes note of a bulletin board with clippings about every conspiracy theory ever. Derek yells for "Falcon," the name of the guy who sent the video clip. Chloe and Jason want to leave. Derek sees the bulletin board and keeps looking at clippings until Chloe and Jason persuade him to take off. Outside, Jason says that he thinks they are being set up, because if they report this on the website, tourism in the town will jump five hundred percent. I don't think their tourism industry is exactly thriving, and five hundred percent of nothing is still nothing. ["Besides which, someone has a rather inflated view of the impact his website has on the general public. It's not like Freakylinks has been called 'the industry standard' among supernatural investigation sites by a hugely popular weekly magazine, or something." -- Wing Chun] Just then, an engine starts up and a vehicle starts making its way towards Derek, who jumps out of the way just in time. For a minute there, he really did look like a deer in the headlights. The Freakylinks gang jump in their truck and take off after the vehicle.