In Dick Dicker's limo, Emerson and Chuck explain to Dick that Denny was the one designing the windows all along and thus, they believe he killed Erin and Coco after becoming tired of never getting his proper credit. "You're another boss he blames," Dick says. "Looks like you're meant to be his window wagon finale." Dick is shocked. "I need a drink," he says. "Would you like a drink?" Chuck and Emerson smile. "Well, I wouldn't say no to a snort," Emerson says. "Scotch please." Dick says he's out of scotch but makes the best pomegranitini that will ever pass their lips. With different levels of enthusiasm, Emerson and Chuck say "yum." They go on to say that though they've informed the authorities, Denny appears to be currently on the loose. "I'll need a proper bodyguard," Dick says, noting that Samson, his driver, would use him as a human shield at the first sign of trouble. Emerson tells him to go to the police station for protection while he and Chuck read the coroner's final report, just to make sure it matches their theory of the killings.
Back at the scene of the aunts, SuperNed puts his plan into action. Stealthily crawling along the driveway, he comes to Randy Mann's Van and comes out of retirement, giving Aloysius the touch and causing quite the big distraction for the police. Surveying his handywork -- or rather Aloysius's hornwork -- Ned is happy. "Faster than a speeding bullet," he says to himself, and Randy and Olive take off with the convicts in tow while Ned chases down the rhino. Watching all the madness go down, Lily can only shrug. "Eh," she says. "I'm goin' to bed."
Later, Ned smiles and leans on good ol' Aloysius who, having served his one-minute alive-again purpose has again been sent to that big zoo in the sky. Ned had helped his friends, Jimmy D tells us, an act which he would one day liken to leaping tall buildings in a single bound. He is so inspired, apparently, he rushes to the morgue where Emerson and Chuck are suddenly realizing that the bonk on Erin Embry's head looks suspiciously like the impression of the crystal decanter in Dick Dicker's limo. Bursting through the door, Ned waves his finger in the air. "I'm Superman!" he says. "I've got a finger faster than a speeding bullet! Come on! Who can I touch?" Ha! While Emerson appears only mildly impressed, Chuck is thrilled. Ned admits that he was trying to be someone he wasn't -- a normal guy -- when what he really is is a pie-making dead-waker. Self awareness is good. Without further ado, he puts the double-touch on Erin and Coco. Apparently Dick Dicker did it! Apparently the store going under would be the only way for Dick to get out of the family business while staying in the family, Erin says, and that since her windows were the reason so many people came to the store, he had to kill them. Coco takes offense at the notion that Erin was the talented one. "If I had any legs," she snaps, "I'd kick your ass." As we gruesomely saw, she has no legs because Dick fed her to the escalator, mistakenly believing that after Erin's death, Coco must have been the true talent behind the windows. Ned gives them the times-up touch, and Emerson and Chuck realize with alarm that they've just told Dick that Denny was the real window guru! JD gives us the facts, which are these: Dick Dicker wanted to be free of the family store, but not free of the family. So, as we just heard, he killed Erin and Coco in turn. Thanks to the work of Emerson and his sidekick, though, he is stopped before also killing Denny Downs. All's well that ends well -- Debby Dicker is tapped to take over the store; Denny is promoted and he hires none other than the Head Devotee, whose name is none other then Wendell Featherstone (why not?) to be his apprentice.