After a few minutes of this tedious "dancing," Sam's found a guru who's busy telling a circle of nubile acolytes that "Yesterday has vanished. Tomorrow is an illusion --one that hypnotizes the conventional man into a deep, deep sleep. And most never awaken. [points to Sam] Isn't that right, my friend?" Sam pauses, disoriented in the stillness and silence, then says hoarsely, "I think everything is an illusion." The guru near-imperceptibly shakes his head, then says in an echoey voice, "Your mind is creating every moment of the future, and every moment of the past. The future is a fevered dream, when now is all there is, and all there is, is now." Sam's having a trippy headspace moment, and it doesn't help that Windy comes up right then to whisper in his ear, "Maybe 2008 is the illusion and 1973 is the reality." Sam whips around to face her -- but Windy's gone as he asks, "What did you say?" I'm wondering: did Sam ever tell Windy he was from 2008? If not ... spooky!
We cut to Sam waking up to Windy singing, "Rise and shine and give gosh your glory-glory!" She brings him a cup of something hot as Sam stammered, "Did we-- did you --" "Just get here?" she brightly asks. Windy says she dropped Sam off fairly late. He has also been doing research, and Windy picks that time to reveal her crush on someone from Hawaii Five-0. She asks Sam, "Do you ever say that, 'Book 'em, Dan-o'?" "I would, if I worked with a guy named Dan-o," Sam replies. He's not so much of a morning person, is he? Windy responds, "You should hire one. How cool would that be?"