Wet And Ready, Bro
Close-up of the seahorse necklace in the dark. It's the crash survivor and he's in what looks like a bunker with two-way mirrors. On the other side of the glass, Craggy Chris Isaak is asking a lady standing next to him how long the kid's been awake. She says that it's been five minutes. He asks if the kid has displayed violent tendencies, like the others. The Others!? She says no. She hands over a set of records from the Naval archives. She says that the dental records match their John Doe. Craggy Chris Isaak must think this guy did a bad, bad thing. Craggy Chris Isaak says this guy was part of a battalion that disappeared in December 1945. Why, that would make him...a billion years old! Inconceivable! "Bermuda Triangle," Craggy says. Oh, well that explains that. The poor young soldier moves toward the mirror. Craggy holds a faded old photo up and says nonchalantly, "Welcome home, Vincent Thompson. Where the hell have you been the last sixty years?" Yeah, dude, sea travel is for suckers.