Mike and Ellie go to visit Miss Creepo at her house. Ellie: "You secretly want Miss Creepo." Mike: "You secretly want me." More sniping, more Sexual Tension Meta-Babble, all the way to the front door. Miss Creepo opens the door wearing something from the Frederick's of Hollywood Goth Trollop collection. "How did you know we were here?" said Mike. "Uh, the window?" says Miss Creepo. Ellie snickers. Then Miss Creepo gives them a Tarot reading and pulls "The Lovers" card, which, according to the TV Tarot Arcana, represents "two characters destined to be together" and "romantic subplot repeatedly shoved down throat." And if you look closely at the card, you'll see Dawson Leery and Joey Potter engraved on it. Ellie explains that she and Mike aren't together. "Oh, that's too bad," says Miss Creepo. "Because you two could have really hot sex together. I see chemistry, passion...it's very erotic." Then Miss Creepo turns over the Falling Anvil card, which represents " lack of subtlety." Mike asks Miss Creepo about her visions of Frosty. "I saw her in the café last night," Miss Creepo explains, "and when I touched her hand, I instantly knew she would be taken." "Easy to say now," mutters Ellie. Mike asks Miss Creepo how long she's been having visions, and she explains that when her father died two years ago, she started having dizzy spells and visions. Ellie rolls her eyes. Miss Creepo tells Ellie that "with a closed heart and a narrow mind, there's not much room for the unexplainable." And then Ellie's all, "Step off, bitch." Mike asks Miss Creepo if she could maybe tap one of those visions about Frosty right now. Miss Creepo says she can't: "The visions tap into me," she explains, and, like, what is she, a pony keg? Then she looks over at Ellie and says she can't work "with so much negativity in the room," and suggests that Miss Creepo and Mike meet another time, "privately." Ellie rolls her eyes. Mike's like, "Wow, I am so hetero." Mike and Ellie leave; out on the sidewalk, they engage in more I-know-you- want-me-but- what-am-I- nyah-nyah bickering.
Over at the Hash 'n' Whore, Rudy's at the counter getting coffee, and some balding guy in a varsity jacket hands him a flyer and exclaims, "Dunlop! You coming to the big blow-out tonight?" Rudy tells the guy -- who we shall call "Local Loser" -- that he doesn't think Local Loser's annual party is such a good idea, considering all the kidnappings and the concerned parents. Local Loser doesn't care. Since Local Loser is supposed to be the former starting quarterback at Glory High, I wonder why his varsity jacket is different from Stan's. Local Loser sees Mike sitting at one of the booths and says, "Dolan! Is that you, bro? Let me guess...back from New York, crawling with your tail between your legs, right? Life sucks." "Yeah, when you have one," says Mike. Local Loser tells Mike about his party, which he says will be "just like '93, with babes galore," and that there'll be "this hot psychic chick." Ellie sits down at Mike's booth, and Local Loser gawks at her and hands her a flyer. "Party could always use another fox," says Local Loser, and he leaves. Rudy comes over with his coffee, and they briefly discuss the fact that Local Loser lost his high-school girlfriend when he lost his football scholarship. Mike, Rudy, and Ellie sort of wonder whether they're losers, too.