After the break, we catch up with DL and Micah. Micah wants to go back and help his mom, but DL says they can't go back because his mother's turned into a murderous psychotic bitch. DL says he still loves her and always will, but she's changed. Boy howdy, has she. DL says that the good news is that from here on out, they're partners. "You mean, like Batman and Robin?" Yes, Micah. Except not gay. DL kind of laughs, happy that his son's sort of on board with the "partners" idea, and reaches back to get a hat. "Yeah, just like Batman and Robin," he says, putting on the hat. "Only... I ain't wearin' no tights. You can wear tights, I'm not wearing tights." Hee. Leonard Roberts has this adorable expression on his face that's all Leonard and only a little DL. Trust me -- I did a show with him back in Chicago and he always managed to stick a little bit of himself into several line readings. It used to catch me off guard during the show and then I'd laugh out loud, usually in a really inappropriate place, and then he'd look at me all, "GOTCHA!" Bastard.
DL gets out of the car and heads toward the diner they're parked in front of. I'd say it's the Burnt Toast Diner, but the placard told us that they're in Utah, so I guess it's not. A sheriff walks toward the door as DL nervously gets a paper from the machine. The sheriff basically ignores him, but it's enough to make DL think twice about entering the diner, so he just walks back to the car. Unfortunately, Micah's no longer inside it. DL runs off in search of him.