The song "Love Reign O'er Me" by The Who plays while we see shots of people hitting golf balls at a driving range. William Fox is driving a little tractor thing with a cage to protect him while it sweeps up the golf balls. He gets out of the vehicle and stands there, letting the balls hit him. Some of them even draw blood! He throws his arms out and smiles while getting pelted by golf balls. Why, it's almost as if he's fearless or something.
A.G. lifts weights again, and hopes that The Doc will say when. Instead, The Doc tells the story of William Fox, making sure to incorporate the word "when" in there, and reveals that Fox was pounded into a coma. Also, his body contained a vaccine designed to block threats, and the same vaccine was found in the woman who fell from the tower at Coney Island. Also, the same vaccine was found in the saliva of thirty-seven people brought to the emergency room for acting completely unconcerned about traffic and walking out into the street. One woman walked naked down 6th Avenue. A.G. says, "This is a bad thing?" The Doc continues by wondering how the vaccine was introduced, and what all these people have in common. A.G. tells him to get to the point because there could be more naked people that they're missing out on. The Doc says that all those people went to the same singles dance and drank the same punch, and thus they all became fearless. A.G. can't believe that Doc is acting so happy when a woman died and a man is in a coma, and says Doc is probably mad that he didn't think of it first. Doc says he knows it's terrible, but some inventor came up with "the biochemical equivalent of the new world." A new world where we all die or get put into a coma? Count me out. The Doc goes on to point out common fears, like the dark, water or public speaking, and says that they will be conquered. Then the doorbell rings. The Doc and A.G. aren't sure what it was, since the doorbell never rang before. They go to answer the door, and it's Lisa on the other side.