Over at the site, Tony shows Sam a big hole in the ground. I'm sure Sam's really happy he rushed out to the middle of nowhere for this! He immediately starts unloading about Dad to Tony, who gets a bleak look on his face and says, "Yeah, we know," then shoves Sam into the hole and slams down the cage door. Sam screams at Tony, who reveals that Sam is the son of Satan. It's news to Sam, so he's utterly confused and disbelieving. Tony continues to drop bombshells about Sam's powers, the pages ripped out of the contract...and the list goes on.
Tony tells a demon to fill up the cage, then walks off as the piler revs up. Dad suddenly drives up and promises to straighten everything out. The demons look at him quizzically, eventually throwing him into the cage with Sam. Sam changes tack, trying to justify that he can't be evil since Steve has appeared to him to protect him. Tony throws it in Sam's face that Sam's the reason Steve died. He says again emphatically, "Fill it up!" And the piler moves in closer.
In a last-ditch effort, Sam screams out that Steve told him to ask Tony about Cancun. Tony gets misty-eyed while reminiscing that they took their first vacation to Cancun. He says, "We called it...Heaven." Strains of angelic music start to play and that pesky Sam Wheat finally stops bugging Oda Mae Brown to get in touch with Molly. Oh wait, that's Ghost. Same visual effects, different plot. So it's not Patrick Swayze, but Steve, who appears enshrouded in white light. Tony asks whether he made it to Heaven, and Steve responds that it's even better than Cancun. Tony suddenly realizes, "We can't do this." Meanwhile, dirt is dropping down on Sam and Dad. Tony, in full demon mode, rips open the cage, grabs Sam, and flies out. Just one hitch -- he leaves Dad to be buried alive. Commercials.