Anyway, Skeet's off to Oregon to track down the sixth GIN person, but not before Keel harangues him some more outside the police station, yammering on about how everything has meaning, and things eventually add up. And he goes on about making field recordings of ravens while he was at Cambridge while trying to figure out their language or whatever, and hearing his dead mother's voice on a tape. And his mom called him Mango! Skeet couldn't look more bored, and maybe that's because this speech takes half an hour, I swear. So now Keel believes in God. And he started SQ, which has led him to Paul. These two should just do it already. Paul leaves while Keel contemplates. Perhaps he feels guilty about ripping his life off of Friedrich Jurgensen. Special thanks to Kirsten K. for the catch and the link.
Estacada, Oregon. Skeet drives up to a house, gets out of his car, and knocks on the door, which is opened by the Angel of Death, holding an iron? What is it with the irons on this show? Skeet introduces himself to Angel, who he thinks is "Mr. Webster," and asks if he can come in. Commercials.
"So, you're Skeet," says the Angel, "the one they all dreamed about." "You didn't?" says Skeet, and the Angel says he didn't. Skeet notes that Webster looks a lot younger than he figured, but the kid starts getting nervous, since "he's going to be here any second, you shouldn't be here. Unless you want to help." Skeet offers to help with whatever the kid needs, but the kid changes his mind again. Skeet says if he's worried about the killer, Denver police caught him. "No, they didn't," laughs the kid. "Trust me," says Skeet, like, WAKE UP, SKEET! The kid tells him to leave again, but they're interrupted by an older man coming in the door. Upon seeing Skeet, he looks surprised and says, "What are you doing in my house?" Confused, Skeet turns back to the kid -- who clonks him in the face with the iron.