Sam tries to drown his sorrows, but -- ding, ding, responsibility alert! -- there's a bug in it. Also, WiseGuy's at the bar. Sam heads to the men's room for a tête-à-tête. WiseGuy asks what the problem is. Sam starts in on his foiled attempt to capture Bunsen, but WiseGuy is more concerned with Sam's Sir Mopes-a-Lot 'tude. Sam gives him the rundown on the Andi situation. WiseGuy berates Sam for being a wastrel in all areas of his life. He advises Sam to either get the girl or the soul, because he' s "tired of coddling" him. Sam asks if he's really coddling him, and WiseGuy responds in menacing tones, "Oh, Sam, you have no idea." I have to say, I much prefer WiseGuy when the evil comes out. Otherwise, he's just one tired bit away from a regular spot on Comedy Central roasts.
The next morning, Sam pulls up to the empty Bench parking lot. As he fiddles with a cart, Bunsen sneaks up and startles him. He reveals that the escaped soul isn't him, but rather his mistress Gloria. She killed his wife and the exterminator. Sam mentions the dead middle-aged ladies, whose deaths Bunsen didn't even know about. He tells Sam this is proof that Gloria will kill anyone she considers a threat, including Sam. As Bunsen retreats, he warns Sam that Gloria is everywhere and sees everything. On cue, a bug flies over to its swarm, which takes the shape of the righteously angry Gloria.
Inside The Bench, Sam stares at extermination products. JBL, backseat reaper, advises Sam on products. He makes some elusive comment about why he can't join in on this mission. Sam says he understands, but JBL nonetheless ends up hijacking the whole operation. He picks out a variety of tools, including a gas mask and an insecticide backpack. Sam asks if JBL wants to come capture the soul. He does. And with that, another "What can I steal from The Bench to do the Devil's bidding?" moment, and they head out.
On the way, Sam stops for a chat with Andi. She admits that she's worried about school. She reads off a list of jargon that is supposedly the description for a statistics course she'll have to take. She wonders how she'll pass a course when she doesn't even understand its description. She asks Sam if she's making a mistake; he wisely skirts the answer. Then she brings up that she quit once before, but Sam gives her a pep talk and zeroes in on how she put her life on hold after her dad died. She agrees that it's time to move on. Sam's disheartened that he just gave his would-be girlfriend the inspiration to leave him behind in wholesale hell.