Riverfront Psychiatric Hospital. The brothers walk the grounds with Max -- the kid who saw Mouth-Breather approach the emergency door -- and he wonders why they're there, since he's already talked to Homeland Security. Dean does his deep-voiced liar thing: "Right, well some new information has come up." They ask if Max noticed anything unusual, "like strange lights, weird noises, maybe, voices." Max says no. Dean starts to play hardball, asking why Max checked himself into the loony bin. Max has a completely reasonable response: "I was a little stressed. I survived a plane crash." Dean continues to act the jerk: "And that's what terrified you?" Max says he's done talking with them. Dean tells him he thinks he saw something up there and "we need to know what." Max continues to stonewall: "No, no. I was delusional. Seeing things." Sammy jumps in, playing the sweet-talking Rey Curtis to Dean's raspy Lenny Briscoe, and asks Max to just tell them what he thought he saw. Max spills the beans about Mouth-Breather: "He had these eyes. These, um, black eyes. And I saw him, I thought I saw him. He opened the emergency exit. But that's impossible, right? I mean, I looked it up. There's something like two tons of pressure on that door." I like this little guy, he's sorta cute in a pasty, tiny-mouthed sort of way. Sam asks if the man appeared and disappeared suddenly, "like a mirage." Max is getting the feeling that these guys aren't Homeland Security. Max, this guy is Homeland Security, so I don't see how you could possibly think these two are, as well. Max asks if Sam is nuts and then tells him that Mouth-Breather was a passenger.
Episode Report CardDrunken Bee: B | 932 USERS: C+
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