Sam escorts Mimi Cooper back to her house. She invites him inside to put iodine on his hand. He tries to leave, but she ropes him in to ask if she should break up with "Jerry." Sam sputters out an eventual yes, then grabs his mouth to see if the stitches have reappeared. They have not, but the earthquake begins again. JBL runs toward the house, and Mimi Cooper reveals that her mother was cremated a few years ago. JBL and Sam run to fetch the ashes.
As Sam and JBL frantically search the house, suddenly all the doors slam shut. Sam remembers leaving the vessel at the party. He finally spots the urn as it falls and dives to catch it, but the house's shaking knocks it from his hands. The ashes rise up in front of JBL, and Sam gets the idea to douse them in water. They fall down, and JBL sucks them up with a power vacuum. Scariness dispensed and only easily misconstrued weirdness remaining, the doors open, and Mimi Cooper walks in. The Stooges concoct an excuse and head out.
As they run (like little girls) to the car, Sam wonders how they didn't know Mimi Cooper was involved. They huck the vacuum into the trunk with the other ashes -- great idea! -- and speed off. On the way to the community center, Sam calls Ben and tells him to get the keys and meet them there. The trunk of the car starts to jump as the soul tries to escape, and Sam realizes that the ashes in the trunk are allowing Grayson to form a super-clump of spiritual vengeance. As Grayson's spirit struggles in the trunk, the car swerves wildly.
Ben and Grandma have arrived at the community center. She is characteristically silent. Ben gets out and sees JBL's car screeching up. They scram into the community center, grab the vessel, and put on bandit-style face coverings. At the same time, the ashes break free from the trunk and swirl toward them as Grandma looks on with her eye.
The soul enters the front door and takes super-sized ash monster form. They crank up the blow dryer and battle with the ash-demon for a while until the dryer sucks in the soul and spits out the ashes on them at the other end. Reap completed, The Stooges are left coughing up human remains. Grandma comes up and makes crosses in the ashes on The Stooges' foreheads. She whispers into Ben's ear that he is doing God's work and has her blessing. Oh, and by the way, says Ben, she's worth millions.