Cut to a garbage can full of empty peanut butter cup wrappers as A.G. talks (with his mouth full) on the pay phone. "Is Dr. Morris there? Just a Ted? Thanks anyway." Then he hangs up, walks away, and groans. What an actor! But wait -- he walks back to the phone and dials again! He's calling home! Lisa (studying again, we presume), looks at the phone as it rings. The camera tracks over her slowly, and stays on the phone as the answering machine picks up. Then, NYC street noise goes on the tape. Lisa cocks her head. Cut back to A.G., holding the phone and looking wistful. Then he hangs up and Lisa slowly exhales. Whew.
A.G. cruises into a cop station and tries to report Dr. Morris missing, but without revealing his identity. Plus he wants to hang around the station so the good guys find him and if the bad guys do, he'll be safe. The cop humors him. He must be the "good cop." Buh-boom-boom.
Back at home, the phone gets a little more screen time as, after the message plays, the toilet stall guy announces his name (it's Roger) and says he got Lisa's message. Lisa picks up and they both exchange pleasantries and he asks about the test. Then they discuss how creepy Creepy Guy is, and why he might be asking about Michael. Heather comes home and reports that there's a guy in a car out front who watched her come up the walk. Lisa screams, "LOCK the DOOR!" and Roger squawks through the phone that he's coming over.
Back at the police station, A.G. is summoned out of his sugar high by the good cop. Good Cop asks "Are you Michael Wiseman? Because if so, you've been straight with me all along!" Then he takes him up some stairs, down a hall, opens a door and bang, out pop more goons in orange suits with guns. The Lo-Fidelity Allstars music starts up, and A.G. leaps over the railing (action!) and runs away. Too bad all those cops and guns couldn't have stopped him. Oh, I mean yay, go, run!
Birth control pills are great, the TV says.
Back at home, mom is studying as Heather looks out of the window. Roger rolls up and lays on the horn. Mom gets all frustrated, like WHY won't he just come IN? Then the phone rings and they both stop what they're doing to look at it. Mom has the presence of mind to bobble her head at the sing-songy-ness of the message and Heather looks like she's really cracking up. Roger announces that someone followed him and he thinks he could be in danger. Honking seems understandable, in that case. Deciding to go to him, Lisa gets the coats and Heather gets her mom's books.