Back at The Bench, a coworker (Dawn from The Office UK!) approaches as Ben surveys his list. He tries to deflect her attention, but she grabs the list, reads it, and thinks it's lovely. She encourages him that he should hold fast to his dreams, then quips that she's almost none of the things on the list. Ben stares at her dreamily, and I suspect we'll be seeing more of her.
In the break room, a flower-bearing Sam sneaks up on Andi as she frets over some papers. He whispers into her ear, which she responds to with a wallop to the eye and a choke of the neck. She tells him she saw him behead King. He tries to weasel out of explaining the mess and finally admits that he simply can't tell her the truth. She threatens to call the police, but he stalls and begs for another day to sort this mess out. She gives him 24 hours.
Sam drops off the vessel at the DMV, with a note attached, and Gladys is none too happy about it. Sam explains that he needs to talk to WiseGuy, and all he could think to do was leave a note. Gladys, non-plussed as ever, lets it pass with a resigned "Whatever." Oh, Gladys, our time with you is never long enough!
Sam exits the DMV door yet ends up in a porn store. WiseGuy is there -- talk about instant gratification. He informs Sam part of the soul was missing, grabbing Sam's limp wrist to demonstrate. A clerk tells WiseGuy to "get [his] jollies off" somewhere else, so WiseGuy walks over and incapacitates the guy with a single touch of his finger. Sam freaks out that the clerk might be dead, but the usually chatty WiseGuy is all business, reminding Sam that King is still out there. And why are we in this porn shop, you might wonder? Because there is CCTV footage of King stocking up there a few hours earlier. And here I thought WiseGuy was just there for the articles... WiseGuy warns Sam that King can multiply like a starfish and bids Sam to finish off this "hand" job (har har).
Before he can do that, though, Sam asks WiseGuy's permission to tell Andi his secret. WiseGuy accuses Sam of sloppiness. Now that Sam is backed into a corner, WiseGuy thinks they can work something out. In his desperation, Sam agrees he'll do anything. It's the stupidest promise ever, but at least it's true to form. Having manipulated Sam some future horrible deed, WiseGuy smiles evilly.
Later, JBL and Ben inform Sam that taking a second mortgage on his life was a dumb-ass move. Unexpectedly, Dawn emerges from Ben's room and asks to borrow some conditioner. JBL's ears perk up, and he asks if Ben hooked up. Ben says no, he didn't hook up...exactly. He actually married Dawn (whose actual name is Sarah) so she could get her green card. JBL congratulates him, but Sam keeps mum -- he's got his own problems to deal with, after all.