Will slowly makes his way home until he sees some guy in a hoodie standing on a street corner and stops. He then walks down a different street, casting a few glances over his shoulder, and crosses a street, bumping into a random woman while he does so. This causes his rabbit foot keychain to fall on the ground, and while he's bending over to pick it up, he fails to notice a taxi cab loudly swerving on the rainy street and beeping at him as it heads right for him. Even so, the taxi is a good few feet away from him when it rams into a mailbox on the corner. He dives out of the way, even though the cab wasn't going to hit him. But I guess that was exciting. I guess. People gather around the cab as the driver says something about his brakes suddenly failing. Or maybe he just fell asleep at the wheel. From boredom. Will, of course, just walks away, seemingly unbothered.
As he leaves the scene of his brush with a brush with death, we see a man apparently following him and looking super-obvious about it. Like, could he look less suspicious with his ducking into doorways and peering behind corners? Will makes it to his apartment without further incident, but the Suspicious Man is still across the street hiding in the doorway. He starts walking towards Will's building.
Will hangs out in his excessively boring living room, where he has those four answers from that crossword puzzle written on index cards on his table. He stares at them while drinking a beer, but then he hears a door opening and closing outside. In the light under the door, he sees someone standing outside his apartment. He grabs the nearest potential weapon he can find -- a baseball bat -- and slowly approaches his door to investigate. But, of course, it takes him like three weeks to get there, so the guy can be heard leaving before Will has a chance to open the door. This show continues to find ways to make absolutely nothing happen. It's kind of amazing.