At the Brotherfucking Boudoir, Brenda is watching an old black-and-white movie on TV. I'm told the film is called Bunny Lake Is Missing (thanks, Roger), and while I haven't seen it myself, the scene she's watching is supposedly fraught with all sorts of subtextual connections to her current situation. Suddenly, she hears glass breaking out in the front room, and gets up to investigate. She's not at all surprised to find Billy there, seated calmly on her living room floor. Billy, in full-on Creepy Jesus mode, explains that he's figured out a solution to all their problems. Then he stands up and reveals that he's once again covered in fake blood. Only this time, it turns out to be fake real blood, as he reveals that he's somewhat-less-than-surgically removed his own "Isabel" tattoo. Ew. He rants a bit more before delivering the "we all go a little mad sometimes" money-shot and saying, "Now we just need to get yours." Brenda backs away, and tries to convince Billy to hand over the knife so she can remove it herself. "I really need to do it," Billy replies, and promptly knocks her to the ground. There's some struggling, and some not-at-all-romantic bodice ripping, and then Brenda finally manages to dislodge Billy with an elbow that sends him flying across the room and crashing into a wall. Apparently, being a misunderstood genius also grants a person extreme upper-arm strength as well. Anyway, with Billy now unconscious, Brenda grabs the phone and starts dialing. I supposed it's worth mentioning as a character note that she calls for an ambulance, but not the police. Fade to white.
We fade back up on Darth Gayder's funeral, and since I don't think we've been out to this location since the series premiere, it provides a nice bit of symmetry. The boyfriend from the opening scene stares solemnly at the casket, while Nate, David, and Rico stare in disgust at a crowd of anti-gay protesters who are picketing the funeral. Darth Gayder himself looks on from his perch on a nearby tombstone. Afterwards, Nate and David are returning to their car while the protesters yells some not very nice things at the family. David runs up to the picket line and gets in the leader's face about it. "God just killed Marc Foster, and I'm here to celebrate," announces said leader, but that's about all he can say because David punches him right in the gut. Keith The Big Black Convenient Cop, who just so happens to be working this stretch of the police line, quickly pulls David away, but not before Dave yells out, "God just punched you in the stomach, and I'm here to celebrate!" Heh. David breaks free of Keith and runs back to land a solid right hook on the Homophobe's head. "God just got you in the face!" he cackles. Keith finally manages to drag David away from the confrontation for good, and runs back to calm the Homophobe with some gentle words and a forearm shiver to the gut.