Will's next stop is the train station David left from on his way to train crash death. The platform is desolate, until suddenly there's a guy standing there, staring at Will. But he doesn't do anything. This show can even make stalking people boring. Will then spots David's car still in the parking lot. He walks towards it. The man keeps his eye on him. Inside the car, Will can see all of David's good luck charms, just in case we weren't sure it was David's car. Then the man who was watching him does something! Yes, he gets in his own car and DRIVES AWAY! The music seems to want me to think this is exciting, but it isn't. Will notices the numbered spaces in the lot and realizes that David's car is PARKED IN NUMBER 13 DUN DUN DUNNNNN! THRILL AS WILL LOOKS AT STUFF.
And then he runs right over to Maggie's apartment, even though it's really late and he didn't call first. "I didn't know where else to go," he says. How about your own house, Will? You can't just decline someone's lunch invitation and then show up on her doorstep at midnight. He frantically begins to tell her his theory about David and how scared he was of the number 13 and how he always went out of his way to avoid it. Maggie asks him to slow down (she'll be sorry she said that once she realizes that Will is the slowest man alive) and lower his voice. He continues, saying that David's car is parked in the 13th spot at the train depot, which Will knows David would never, ever do. Maggie shrugs this off, saying that David might not have noticed the number of the spot. Um, has she met David? Will doesn't think David was the one who parked his car in the spot and thus not who got on the train. Maggie says David's remains were identified. How did all that happen and Ed didn't know about it, by the way? Some genius he is. Maggie thinks Will just can't accept the reality of David's death, and asks him if he's been getting enough sleep lately. Because every time someone is around Will, sooner or later, he or she starts thinking about sleep. That's not a coincidence. Maggie strokes Will's crazy man hair and then a little girl suddenly appears in the hallway, all "Mommy?" Little cock-blocker! Will had no idea that Maggie had a kid, it seems, and he gets all freaked out, apologizes, and leaves. Why is Maggie's apartment nicer than everyone else's? David couldn't even afford a decent car on his salary.