"There was a hand," says Ella. "There was a hand coming out of the computer." Rachel wants to cut out the sugar and possibly "visits with Aunt Olivia," but Olivia and Peter want to know more about what the hand looked like. Ella says it was weird and glowy and scary. Rachel thinks Ella's not telling the truth, while Olivia goes over to her laptop, sitting open on the bed. There's a green light on next to the webcam on the computer's frame, above the screen. Olivia peers at it, and then we get the camera's point of view and pan out of another computer screen (which is next to another monitor that has what appears to be The Observer on it). Sitting there watching Olivia look at the screen is hey! The guy who played Frank Sabotka on Season 2 of The Wire! Isn't it funny the way we get excited to see actors from shows that we like, especially ones that were criminally underwatched, on other projects? Anyway, now there's a little blue bar on the screen under Olivia that says DISCONNECTED, and he mutters, "That's right, sweetheart. I'm the one you're looking for. Next time you won't be so lucky." "Next time you won't be so lucky"? What kind of hacky line is that? Who is this guy, Cobra Commander? Then the screen says BUILDING SECURITY BREACH, and Sabotka looks around, but it's just Luke Dempsey, Greg's friend, who says, "Hey, dad." Nice security system, Sabotka. Gives you just enough time to turn around to see the intruder already up in your face. Luke asks if there's someone there, because he thought he heard voices. Mr. Dempsey says he was just talking to himself. Luke's brought his dad some lunch, and hands over a bag, before looking around at the array of computer monitors and equipment.
Mr. Dempsey chows down on lunch and goes back over to sit down at the computer, asking Luke how things are at the body shop. "Fine. Have you found a job yet?" asks Luke. "Who says I'm looking for one?" says his dad, not even turning around from the computer screen. Luke says he went by his dad's place. The mail is piling up, and "Mrs. Greeley" says he hasn't been there in a week. "She should mind her own business," says Mr. Dempsey, turning around again. Seriously. Mrs. Greely is the one who called the cops on us after that party, I swear to god.