Heather and Roger are in a cemetery. I guess Roger has never heard of a PARKING LOT, but whatever, he says he's taken his daughter here to practice driving, so it's some kind of sick, macabre tradition. Heather is understandably creeped out, but goes along with it.
In the car with the invisible driver, Dr. M. is pouting and A.G. is bouncing around, thrilled to bits because they're headed to another crime scene. Dr. M. is like, "You got your way," and grumps out. The latest burned-to-bits guy is named Reynolds. He had a fight with his mother and then combusted. Hey, who doesn't?
Back in the cemetery, we hear some plinky-plunky toy piano music and a guy singing, "I am driving in my car," as Heather totally Dukes of Hazzards her way around. Go stunt driver! Heather yells "This place ROCKS!!" as Roger clutches the dashboard, looking pale. Heather, YOU rock!
Standing over a bed containing the charred remains of a person, A.G. quips, "I used to be able to do that. What I was young." What? Turn into ash? Dr. M. pooh-poohs some more about how this is all baloney, until they hear someone downstairs. It's a lady! The one from the teaser yelling at her lover, before he went poof! She's got a great purse, and looks all modern Mata Hari in her hooded sweater. She says she's already confessed.
Commercial. Nice way to break the scene, not. The Sopranos is on HBO.
Back in the hallway, to the exact same scene before the commercials, Dr. M. parrots, "Confessed? Can we do this in the bedroom?" Sure baby! Let's do it in the bedroom, wink wink! Just kidding.
All three of them are in the bedroom and the lady gets all weird. Finally she says she was going out to "worship" and that's why she had an argument with the guy who burned up. Ooh, I hope its Satan she's worshipping! That would be cool! She says she "was the cause" of the guy's death. A.G., all snotty, is like, "For those of us who are just joining the program, which is obviously already in progress, would you mind filling us in on what's already happened?" Oy. The lady goes off on a very X-Files-y monologue, saying, "I liked being there -- at The Elevations...the First Church of Elevations. Reverend Kelso makes you feel...warm." Ding ding ding! Then she goes on about The Master, who I hope is Satan, and quotes some Elevations scripture: "The Master is everywhere. He who seeks to thwart the Master and the spreading of Elevations, the greater the heat will become. So saith the Master, so saith the word." I saith, this sucks. Under this little speech is the really scary violin music that sounds like bees swarming. The music is scary -- but the scene is not. Not a bit.