Over at the new apartment, The Stooges head for dinner with The Gays Next Door. In what I can only imagine is an attempt to fit in, JBL is wearing an argyle sweater. Undercutting this effort, however, is his decision to bring along that classiest of dinner drinks, a cheap six-pack. Yeah, he's definitely not gay. He insists they stop talking about demons so he can enjoy his gourmet mac 'n' cheese. Before Steve and Tony open the door, Sam wonders why they're hearing power tools inside. We also learn that the argyle sweater was actually a purchase JBL made on a shopping excursion with The Gays.
Steve and Tony welcome The Stooges inside. JBL immediately zeroes in on the bar, while Sam and Ben bumble about. Steve begins the bromantic seduction with pancetta-wrapped shrimp, which Sam promptly spills on his shirt. He and Steve head into the kitchen to clean it up, and Steve reveals that he works in security. Consequently, his and Tony's house is decked out with top-of-the-line gadgets, including cameras and motion detectors. This sets off a light bulb over Sam's head re: Scrim.
After dinner, The Stooges return to The Bench. Changing from cardigans to camo coveralls, they gear up to take down Scrim. Shortly after, Tedager walks in to discover all his security cameras have been stolen. Irony at its schlubby best. Andi takes the opportunity to mock Tedager to his face. He is not amused.
Over in the woods, The Stooges unhappily learn that a charity running event is scheduled during their stakeout, which puts scores of joggers in danger. JBL offers to hold up the runners while Sam and Ben take care of Scrim. So they take their motion detectors into the woods, and he concocts some nonsense reason should forego running and actually hug trees. It makes little sense to them, but plot requires they hug, so they hug.
Moments later, a contagion of motion detectors flare up as Sam and Ben unload paint ball guns into the void, trying to pin down Scrim's location. They do okay until they realize that JBL has the vessel. Scrim overtakes Sam, and Ben tries to fend him off as they tussle. JBL finally arrives, tosses Sam the vessel, and it's so long, Scrim. The Stooges fire a three-gun victory salute.