Back in the woods, about 90 seconds into their run, JBL starts to huff and puff like Big Easy in The Gauntlet III. Fortunately, The Stooges are much more charitable than psychotic CT, so they actually take a break. They start running again, but their riveting conversation (Which female super hero is more doable?) is interrupted by a piercing scream.
They discover a girl with a broken neck, Scrim's latest victim. Bullet in hand, they look around warily. Sam realizes too late that this is a trap, and suddenly JBL is whisked up in a trap and strung up by his ankle. Sam tells Scrim to come out, and so he does. Only he's one of those aqueous, invisible demons that they can't see until he is holding Sam up by the neck. JBL grabs the vessel, but he doesn't know how to work it. The struggle is interrupted by a pack of barking dogs that force Scrim to skedaddle.
Back at The Bench, The Stooges have purloined several cartloads of stuff to ensnare Scrim. Tedager calls Sam to help him install the new security cameras. Because they're so effective. Sam perches on a chair to fix the camera, then suddenly drops from the perch into a kindergarten classroom where WiseGuy awaits. They argue semantics over whether WiseGuy really told Sam about Scrim's invisibility. Sam insists he needs something to work with, so WiseGuy gives him some eyeglasses that will help him "see the true face of evil," then smirks that Sam really does need him after all. Sam defiantly hands them back -- a monumentally stupid gesture, of course. Sam needs him because WiseGuy sets Sam up to fail every time. But, as we know, Sam learns nothing. (On another note, something tells me these glasses will reappear in regard to B-babe.)
The school bell rings, and we're back at The Bench. B-babe creeps up on Andi, who is stocking candy (because it's still Valentine's Day in Reaperville). Andi tries to direct her to Sam, but B-babe says she actually wants to speak with Andi. B-babe asks what's going on with Sam; she says he's been distant, and she thinks it has to do with Andi. Andi tries to assure B-babe there's nothing going on, but it's not an easy sell.