Freakylinks gang on a subway. Lan has a subway map, and is telling them where they have to go in order to get their car. When I was in New York City, I always tried to hide my map, to avoid looking like a tourist. But I'm paranoid like that. Jason points out that the "impound yard only takes cash," and the "closest thing [Derek] has to a dead President is Millard Fillmore's finger in a jar back home." Lan pipes up that "it's Warren G. Harding, and it's not his finger." Heh. Okay, that was kind of funny. I have a soft spot for Lan. Who would come to New York City with not one ounce of cash? Or to any city, for that matter? Did he think he was going to get by on his good looks? Because I've got news for him. I'm sure you know where I was going with that. Lan says she'll pay for the car, and pulls out a thick rubber-banded wad of bills. It's called a wallet. Look into it. Jason asks where she got the money, and Lan says, "I consult." Testify, sister.
As they get off the subway, Jason spots Bink, and they chase after him. Much shaky-cam ensues. They lose him as a train passes, but then Derek runs down to the tracks and yells at the others to follow. I should mention that they are still carrying all of their bags.
Down in the tunnels, they have lost Bink. Derek yells out, "We just want our camera back." Yeah, I'm sure that's going to make him come running back. Like that wasn't why he was running away in the first place. Derek says he'll take one tunnel while Lan and Jason take the other. They really need to invest in those newfangled walkie-talkies. Derek tells them to meet back at the starting point in two minutes. Lan is all, "Derek!" like clearly she wants him right there. Derek takes off. Lan gasps, and the camera pans down to reveal a bloody rat on the ground. Lan is upset about this. Lan and Jason hear tapping, and they are walking through some fairly deep, um, water. I'm sure if they are in the sewers, that's probably not water, but I'm just going to pretend it is, okay? Derek suddenly jumps out in front of them, saying that his "flashlight crapped out." As they walk off, we see a not-at-all-human hand reach up and tap on the wall.
Derek looks down and finds the camera that Bink took on the ground. The light from Jason's camera goes out, so Derek tries to get his flashlight to work. They brought one flashlight to investigate the sewers? Lan suggests they get out of there. They take a few steps, and Lan gasps at the sight of Bink's bloodied and very dead body. The tapping starts up again. Derek asks what it's called when dolphins use sound to communicate, and Lan replies, "Echolocation, why?" Derek explains, as his flashlight continues to cut out, that he thinks whatever killed Bink is using the tapping to communicate. Jason asks, "Communicate what?" Lan responds, "Dinner is served," just as Derek's flashlight goes out for good. Okay, that was a little bit creepy.