Meanwhile, Dana shows up at Brian's house, where he's sitting on the floor, back against the wall, sunlight streaming in through half-blinded windows. She walks slowly towards him and he points a gun at her. She stops moving, but he can tell that she's not scared, and asks her why not. Instead of answering, she just asks why he's doing this. "You think you convinced me to allow you to come here. But it was me who wanted you to come," he says. He tells her that he doesn't want to hurt people, but he always does. And it sounds like Dana uses the same raindrop spiel on everyone, because he says he has no hope, like those raindrops that she mentioned on the phone. "You said they have a purpose. Well, I don't like my purpose. Do you think the raindrops will help those people on the train?" he says. She's all, what people on the train?, and he tearfully says that he doesn't want to hurt them but he will, and that's why she's here: to save them. Turns out Brian is having homicidal tendencies in addition to his suicidal ones, and he's got a duffel bag with a bomb on East Bay railway train 67, car 2, seat 17.
She grabs a nearby one and dials 911 -- part of me wondered if she was playing him and was actually only dialing 411 -- but as it rings, Brian says, "Like Azrael, let his angels carry my damned soul to heaven," and he puts the gun under his chin. Dana watches, and doesn't say anything, just hangs up the phone after Brian blows his head off. She notices some nearby pencil drawings of a man being carried by angels. Well, this one's going to lower her batting average a little.
Over at Walter's Harvard lab, the two mad scientists are smoking pot and listening to Supertramp, as you do. They're looking for host bodies for Bell, but coming up empty. "We're looking for such specific conditions to accommodate your transfer, William. A brain-dead patient like this could be one in a million," says Walter. Or you could just hang out at a movie theatre when the next Twilight movie opens.
And then Gene moos, and Bell looks over, intrigued, and Walter figures out what he's thinking, and says, "No. No," and then they both start giggling.