Confrontation time, with Skeet yelling at Keel for lying to him about how much Keel knows; turns out every single one of the "God is nowhere" people also dreamed about Skeet. That's not paranormal! That's the general population of TWoP's Miracles bulletin boards. Keel, meanwhile, keeps trying to change the subject to the broken window. "Why didn't you tell me?" says Skeet. "It wasn't necessary," says Keel. Skeet kicks a cabinet and calms down, and tells Keel that he's tracked down the "God is nowhere" people. Four of them have been murdered in the past week. "You didn't know that," says Skeet, upon seeing Keel's reaction. No, Keel did not. He asks if Skeet's going to tell the police. Skeet figures he'd better let them know before they make the connection themselves. "This could become very dangerous for you, Skeet," says Keel, leaning in all ominously. "I think it already has," says Skeet.
Skeet's apartment. He's packing. There's a knock on the door. Well, at least we know it's not Tommy! It's Evelyn, who wants to know what the hell happened between him and Keel, like these two are boyfriends. "He's been lying to me since day one," complains Skeet. He fills her in on the GIN people and says the last two are a woman in Denver and a guy who's changed his name and disappeared. So he's off to Denver to warn the woman and try to find out what the hell is going on. And Evelyn has shown up mainly to tell him he's crazy because he could be on the killer's list too, like, no kidding, Evelyn. Meanwhile, Skeet's "left a message" for the police telling them everything he knows. Evelyn wants to know why he's so keen to protect the woman. Skeet tells her the woman's had a couple of dreams about Skeet that turned out to be true, including one about Skeet getting pneumonia, and another about him getting hit by a train and healed by a boy. "That's the third," says Skeet, giving her the transcript. She of course reads it aloud. It's about Skeet sitting at a sidewalk café by a fountain with his dad. "The man is saying something, Skeet is angry and" -- dramatic pause goes here -- "the water in the fountain turns red." This is, of course, significant to Skeet, who's never met his father. Evelyn wants to know if she can tell Keel where he's going. "Don't tell anyone," he says. "I don't like this, Skeet," she says. "I know," says Skeet. "We agree," says ABC.
In case anyone has forgotten where we're going, the next shot is of the big "Welcome to Denver" sign at the airport, while some neo-goth-industrial or whatever plays and we watch a slow-motion shot of travelers milling about and just as you're ready to say, "Why are we watching this?" the travelers eventually clear out of the camera frame and we see the tape-measure killer from the beginning. And maybe we'd be a little more scared of this supposed Angel of Death if he weren't quite so doofy looking.