After Glen The Born-Again Hooker-Eviscerating Werewolf obsequiously sidles past Our Far More Virile Boys to exit, Maddie invites the supposed detectives to sit down at her apartment's small dining room table, and we quickly riffle through her backstory. She'd been "Nate Mulligan's" assistant for the last two years prior to his untimely demise, and so knew more about him than he knew himself, for such are the insidious ways of the professional executive assistant. "Evil!" Raoul shrieks. "All of them! EVIL!" Raoul has issues, I think, but we haven't time to delve into them, for Maddie's just now insisting that Nate was one of the good guys, despite his habit of loading up on one too many Scotches in the yuppie fern bars after work and proceeding to hit on "anyone in a five-mile radius." "Anyone"? Is that an intentional misdirect, or is it simply heterocentric writing? 'Cause, you know, if it were intentional, and Nate happened drunkenly to proposition the recently exited religious freak who's been secretly eviscerating hookers while in werewolf form, it would explain the unexpected shift from female victims to male. "Extremely unlikely!" Oh, okay. It's heterocentric writing. In any event, the boys prompt her for further information on Nate's possible enemies, and Maddie's forced to relate an embarrassing episode from her own past. Her ex-boyfriend "Kurt Mueller," you see, was the jealous type, and became convinced she was having an affair with her boss. So, quite naturally, he showed up at Maddie's office one day and managed to land a punch right in Nate's schnozz before building security could hustle him out of there. Maddie, of course, has long since broken up with the violent loser, but he's "kinda been stalking" her ever since, and she happened to run into him the very night Nate was murdered. DUN! Not. Because the motherfucking werewolf is most certainly not Lars Ulrich, because we already know the motherfucking werewolf is Nerdy Neighbor Glen. "Oh, well! Nice try, Supernatural!"
Interview over, Our Intrepid Heroes lope down Maddie's front steps, quickly determine Kurt is their likeliest suspect because they refuse to listen to me and Raoul, and crawl into the Impala to go harass him.
Unfortunately for them, they're not going to find him at his apartment, because Kurt's lurking on the sidewalk beneath Maddie's windows. Yep, as Maddie putters around her kitchen futzing with the dishes, she suddenly hears a dog barking rather manically outside. The baying draws her to the windows for some reason, and there's the ex-boyfriend, staring sullenly back up at her through the scraggly branches of the bare tree on her front lawn. Startled, Maddie ducks behind her curtains for a moment, and when she warily peers back through the glass, Kurt's gone. Emmanuelle Vaugier and her wonky eyes collapse onto the windowseat to blink.