The fog lifts and we return to the present day. Dean interviews Gary's widow at her home. Or, rather, he tries to interview her, but Castiel interrupts. "I'll handle this," he says to Dean. "I've done research. I can crack her." Donning his best Lieutenant Columbo voice, he turns his attention to the crying woman. "Now, Miss Freeling, I don't wanna bother you, I really don't, but I do have just one question for you." He's got the bumbling politeness down pat, but then, without warning, he slaps the table and explodes, "WHY DID YOU KILL YOUR HUSBAND?!" Sam, Dean and the widow all jump back. Dean pulls him aside. "Agent Stills, may I have a word with you?" Now that they're a threesome, they've decided to call themselves Agents Crosby, Stills and Nash, like nobody is going to think that's a little bit odd. "I was being 'bad cop,'" Castiel whispers to Dean, delighted with himself. "You were being bad everything," Dean tells him. Sam takes over the interview. He tries to ask if Gary was having an affair without saying those exact words. His subtlety is all for naught, though, as Olivia arrives at that moment and Castiel blurts out that Gary was sleeping with her. This is not a surprise to the widow. "Gary and I, we had an arrangement," she says. "He was seeing Olivia and I was spending some time with our neighbor P.J." Castiel is rather puzzled by it all, but Dean pronounces the widow the "best wife ever!" "But what killed her husband?" Castiel muses. Dean smirks. "Who gives a -- "
The expletive that would have completed his thought is bleeped out by a car horn as we cut to a rooftop elsewhere in town. A man stands at the edge, staring down at the traffic far below. He sobs, takes a deep breath, and closes his eyes. He steps off the roof... and remains suspended in midair. He opens his eyes, shocked at this odd turn in gravitational forces. "It's a miracle!" he cries. "God wants me to live!" He whoops and hollers and then stands there laughing instead of stepping back onto the roof. With a gasp, he plummets to the street. A moment later, there's a crunching of metal and glass and the chirping of a car alarm.
Crosby, Stills and Nash go to investigate the latest scene of weirdness, having been called by the detective they met earlier. She tells them that witnesses saw the jumper hovering for a good ten seconds before he finally fell. Dean realizes it sounds like something out of a cartoon. The Winchesters and Castiel convene for a huddle. "The heart jumping out of the guy's chest, the delayed fall? That's straight-up Bugs Bunny," Dean says. Castiel listens to this and then very seriously asks, "So we're looking for some sort of insect-rabbit hybrid? How do we kill it?" For some reason, even though Castiel is a big fan of TV, he has no familiarity with cartoons at all. Dean tries to explain the hilarity of animated coyotes and roadrunners, but the angel isn't getting it.