Cut to an honest-to-god drive-in burger joint. Did they travel back in time? Or, dare I dream, into my favorite movie of all time, Friday Night Lights ("Billingsley! Party at Taylor's house NOW Billingsley!")? Quick cuts between close-ups of the four "teens" that were at the house in the beginning of the episode. The slightly fish-eye perspective is pretty subtly humorous, as the kids indulge themselves in "it was thiiisss big"-type accounts of their scare in the haunted house. The walls were black, one says, then another says they were red. The girl avers that it was probably "blood" and then we cut back between The Skeptic remembering "the pentagrams" and The Other Guy declaring that the walls were covered in "pentacostals." Nope, you're thinking about the wallpaper in Tom DeLay's rec room. The one thing they all "agree" on, however, is that there was a dead girl there. Cut between the three of them, declaring that she had "black," "blonde," and "red" hair, that she "was kicking" and "not even moving." Shot of Dean breaking into a wide, exasperated smile and saying "Oookay!" Sam asks the three of them, now conveniently sitting next to one another, where they found out about the house, and they all three answer, "Craig took us."The boys walk into a record store. Luckily for the people cutting the checks at The WB, nobody milling about says anything to the boys until Craig walks up to them. The boys tell him they're reporters for the Dallas Morning News, and Craig alterna-geeks, "No way! I'm a writer, too. I write for my school's lit magazine." Dean breathes, "Good for you, Morrison," which is a pretty funny joke, made a little less funny by the fact that Dean and his bad taste obviously would totally looove The Doors, or more specifically, experimenting with bodypaint while The Doors plays in the background. Sam says they're there doing an article on local hauntings. Craig launches into the story behind the haunted house: a farmer named Mordechai Murdoch had six daughters and offed them all during the Depression. Craig heads over to the counter with Sam, while Dean picks up the Kansas "Point of Know Return" LP. My husband wants you to all know that the album art is "so sweet" and that he particularly enjoys the play-on-words of "no/know" because it's sort of mind-blowing how sometimes, like, knowledge? is like absence, man. Craig continues telling the Mordechai Murdoch story, though he is now dramatically underlit by some unknown light source. After hanging all his daughters, Mordechai hung himself. Craig says he heard the story from his cousin Dana, but that he never believed it. Piano Plinking of a Prank Gone Wrong starts in the background as Craig swears that the girl was real and dead, and that it wasn't a prank. The hottest reporting team to ever grace print journalism since Will Ferrell and Bruce McCulloch did Woodward and Bernstein in Dick thank Craig, and turn to leave the store.