Next stop: Paul's house. While Sam watches patiently, Paul whips up a smoothie that seems to be comprised of equal parts frozen yogurt and Creature from the Black Lagoon. On the kitchen wall behind him is a framed poster of Arnold Schwarzenegger. What we can see of his house is filled with enough fitness equipment to open his own gym. Paul offers Sam a taste of his sludge smoothie, but even Sam isn't that much of a health freak. Sam asks Paul about the dead runner. Paul repeats what he said to the police, basically that he never saw the guy again after he ran past him. Dean returns from a pretend trip to the bathroom. "Too much fiber," he says, rubbing his abdomen. "No such thing," Paul says. "Thank you," Sam says to Paul, and then tosses a "See?" over his shoulder to Dean. Dean stares at Sam for a couple of beats. They gently point out that the other jogger was both younger and less... "Full-figured?" Paul offers when Dean can't come up with a delicate way to say it. Paul says he used to be a lot worse off, eating fried food all the time, working a desk job and then he had a "health scare" about a year ago. He's been taking better care of himself ever since. "Your body is your temple," Dean says. "Where I worship every day," Paul agrees. He raises his glass and downs a big mouthful of sludge while Dean makes a face of comical disgust. Not everyone can eat burgers and fries and still look like a supermodel, Dean.
Later, Sam and Dean regroup at a cafe. Dean didn't find anything spooky in his clandestine pokings around Paul's house, which for some reason he's only telling Sam now instead of on the ride over. Dean consults his laptop and discovers a similar murder two days after the jogger's. This one took place in Ames, Iowa. Sam thinks for a second. "Well, Paul was here being questioned. There's no way that could have been him." Why he thinks it would be impossible when it's only a three-hour drive away is a mystery, but in this case he turns out to be right. A police officer named Arthur Swenson was arrested for the murder. "This is exactly what happened six months ago," Dean says. "Minneapolis, then Ames." Sam's considerable brow raises in surprise. "Guess you missed that one," Dean says. Sam looks a bit stung, but remains silent.