Then we're watching The Dukes of Hazzard, only the Duke boys are driving a station wagon down some dirt road, and Bo has died his hair black and Luke has gotten a little stockier, and -- oh. We're still watching Miracles, and Skeet's in the passenger seat on his cell phone, yelling at Evelyn to find the birth records for Henry and Isabella Tucker from 1865, and Jane's in the backseat screeching that they're going too fast, and Skeet says, "We may be too late," and Jane points out that since the dude's been dead for 137 years they're more than a little too late, and then they start babbling about the time slip again and how there's a short time frame to get a message through, and Skeet's on his cell phone again, asking, "How late are you open?" even though it's the middle of the frigging day, and then "we'll be there," and then Jane screeches "look out!" and Keel slams on the brakes. There, in front of them crossing the road, is a battalion of soldiers crossing the road. "Looks like Henry's got a hell of a battle coming," says Skeet. Commercials.
The great Crossing of Township Road 92 of 1865 continues apace, with Keel wondering how it is that the weather's cooling off but the time slip seems to be getting stronger instead of weaker. Skeet says he thinks it has nothing to do with the weather, and will continue until Henry finds out what happened. Oh, so they have lots of time, then.