Richard gets up to retrieve something (his earplugs?) from the overhead compartment. As he stands up, there is some momentary turbulence, and the cabin lights flicker off and on. It's possible the fashion models are also Satanists, as evidenced by their strangely glowing eyes. Spooky! Well, sort of. When the lights come on again and Richard sits back down, he looks over at the "fashion models," who are still staring right at him intently. That would be kind of a fun prank to play on someone the next you're on a boring flight, don't you think? Until you got arrested, of course.
Damn, Patmos is looking beautiful. Too bad the establishing shots are being ruined by stupid dialogue about the boat that rescued Miracle Satan Baby. The boat was called Thalassa. Hey, doesn't that mean "sea" in Greek? Just how uncreative do you have to be to name your boat after the sea? Isn't that a little like not being able to think of a name for your cat so you call her Fluffy? At least it's Martin Starr on the phone. And at least there's no ridiculous stories about the "virgin mom" to sit through. Rubio has found no records pertaining to her. Good.
Down on the dock, the Satan Models from the plane get out of a sports car. They still stare as intently as they can at Richard, but it's a little harder for them now as they are walking at the same time and have to keep at least something of a lookout for lampposts and the like. Josepha and Richard go around asking questions of Greek people who are standing in very scenic Greek surroundings. I pay very little attention, as I am too busy planning the dream vacation that Martin and I will be taking there soon.
Eventually Richard and Josepha hit pay dirt with a fisherman who tells them to have dinner at the Cafe Selini tonight. I hope he hasn't misunderstood their request, though -- especially when he tells them to order the fish for four. Maybe he just thought they wanted a good restaurant recommendation?
It is evening, and Richard and Josepha are waiting at the cafe. They are joined by a young woman, who introduces herself as Athena and is accompanied by her grandmother. Athena is here to offer them information; Grandma is just hungry. Grandma beams happily, speaking in Greek until Richard offers her a menu to shut her up. Athena starts talking about the Miracle Baby, claiming that when her aunt breastfed the baby, she was miraculously cured of bronchitis. Well, duh! Of course the Miracle Satan Baby is going to want to keep its food source safe!