Jesse's having a little trouble doing two things at once, so he pulls over the car in order to try to understand what Christina is going through. She makes a token effort to connect with him on an intellectual level by telling him that she thinks there is something "really wrong" with her, but ultimately it's just easier to make out with him. It's all fun and games until Jesse says, "It's crazy. God, what are you doing to me?" Christina panics as she realizes that she might be somehow influencing Jesse to be attracted to her. Or maybe she's worried that if she gets close to him, he'll get hurt. Personally, I don't care enough to think it through. In any case, she stops kissing Jesse and gets out of the car, running off into the night.
The closed captioning tells me that the old priest's name is Father David. Well, that's nice, but I'm not going to get too attached to the guy. I suggest you don't either. He and Father Dumb-ass are in the church office, where they discuss searching for the missing writings of Father Jeffrey, the moron who originated the whole Point Pleasant, Home of Evil slogan. Hey, that would look pretty good on the beach sign, wouldnt it? Isn't Amber part of the Chamber of Commerce? Maybe they should run that by her as the new town motto.
Christina is walking along a dark road while a car tails her. It's not Jesse driving that car either, thank God; it's Melrose Jake, so at least we're in for some interesting conversation. Finally. Jake stops his car and gets out to follow Christina on foot while filling her head with devil stuff. He starts by telling her that if she really thinks about it, she will figure herself out, and that it's okay for her to like hurting people. He doesn't have a very favorable opinion of humans in general, stating, "We all crane our necks to see the bloody car wreck and then put down that disappointment when nobody's dead." I wonder what his thoughts are on this show -- although, technically, I suppose you'd probably call this more of a train wreck than a car wreck. As Jake keeps talking, he smokes a cigarette to show that he's truly evil. Christina gets angrier and angrier until she makes his headlights explode. No, that's not code for anything. The headlights on his car just explode. Hey, she's got to work with whatever she's got handy. As Christina takes off, we hear all these dogs barking and howling in the difference. What a tacky way to end an otherwise good scene.
Ooh, more SatanCam! How lovely. Personally, I find the beach so much more attractive than the cast.