Bloody Nose says he's going to go back to the bathroom, like maybe he has IBS or something, and the steward pleasantly says he's free to go back to the bathroom, so Bloody Nose grabs the steward's shirt and says he isn't messing around. He wants them to gather the sedatives and then come back to the bathroom door and knock. "If I don't answer, or if what you see in there isn't me anymore, you keep that door closed," says Bloody Nose. "You keep me in there, away from the other passengers." The steward says he will. Bloody Nose runs off back down the aisle, and the steward and Melissa look at each other and don't DO anything.
Back in the bathroom, which buddy has managed to get into without waiting in goddamn line for like twenty minutes, he's panting heavily. He checks his face, his eyes, in the mirror. Then he wiggles a couple of teeth with his tongue, and pulls one loose, dropping it in the bathroom sink, and then he begins to heave.
Melissa's on the phone with, presumably, the pilot, saying forty minutes is too long. And the banging and groaning coming from the lavatory is much too loud for other passengers to ignore or to chalk up to some extremely enthusiastic attempt to join the Mile High Club, so Melissa gets on the cabin speaker to explain that there's a passenger having a "hard time."
Yeah, a "hard time," all right. Buddy's doubled over on the floor of the bathroom, screaming, and then spines start shooting out of his back, ripping his shirt as his body seems to grow in size.
Then it's quiet. Melissa confers with the steward, who suggests Buddy passed out. Melissa: "The captain says we should restrain him, but --" and suddenly a huge porcupine-man rips out of the bathroom and stars tearing into the passengers. We only get a split-second look, which is probably enough, and then the screen goes black, letting our imaginations do the rest.
We're in Scarsdale, New York, now, where a soccer mom is rounding up a couple of teenagers after a soccer game on one of the brownest dead-grass pitches I've ever seen. "Seatbelts, seatbelts!" she hollers at them as they get in the SUV. As she closes the rear hatch, she sees in the window's reflection an airliner passing overhead, way too closely. She looks up as the plane screams past, tilting in the air, and crashing some kilometres away behind trees. It doesn't seem to pay off in the episode, but it looks like something falls out of the plane and fall much more gently to the earth below.