Anson's beat-up and rickety sedan pulls onto The Impossible Dam and shudders to a stop. Inside, Anson runs a sweaty hand up Tracy's thigh as he crazies, "I take my ladies here. They like it." Tracy's all but paralyzed as Anson amends, "Well, I like it, so of course they like it, too." Tracy regains control of herself for a moment and sobs, "Please, I just want to go home." "Stop crying!" Anson demands, and Tracy immediately straightens up in the seat, silent, but with tears still streaming out of her eyes. Anson then basically claims that because Andy's his family, no one else has a right to go near him, which I guess is supposed to amount to some Bizarro World version of the familial bond shared by Our Dear Boys, but Anson's going to be dead in about five minutes, so I can't bring myself to care. Ooops! Spoiler!
Meanwhile, Metallicar's drawn close to The Impossible Dam, but hangs back so the boys can reconnoiter. They agree that Dean, susceptible as he is to Anson's freaky mind mojo, should remain with the car, and Sam retrieves an automatic from the trunk for his own protection. Andy emerges from the back seat to accompany Sam, and he will not take no for an answer. "If it's Tracy out there," he states, "then I'm coming."
Back at The Rape Car, Tracy's unbuttoning her dress. "Ah-tch-tch!" Anson interrupts. "Slow." They can't kill this whackjob fast enough. There's a horrifying moment when Anson instructs Tracy to head over to the edge of The Impossible Dam; once she gets there, she'll believe she can fly, "and [she's] just gonna step right off." "You can fly, can't you?" he asks, stroking her hair. Tracy's briefly wracked with sobs before answering hopefully, almost in a question, "I think so?" Creepiest and most disheartening moment of the episode. Fortunately, Action Sammy With Super-Special Puppy-Dog Eyes arrives at this juncture to smash in The Rape Car's driver's-side window with his automatic and bellow, "Get out, NOW!" "You really don't want to do this," Anson echoes. Action Sammy With Super-Special Puppy-Dog Eyes pistol-whips him square across the face. Woo! As Andy grabs the terrorized Tracy from the passenger's side, Sam forces Anson to the ground at the end of his automatic and slaps a length of duct tape over the psychotic pervert's mouth. Before Sam can wrap the sicko's wrists with duct tape as well, however, Andy Romper Stompers Anson in the head, which is a Very Bad Move, Indeed, for it means Andy's left Tracy alone. While Sam tries to pull Andy away, Anson issues a telepathic order, and Tracy swings a handy tree branch around in the air until it connects with the back of Sam's head. Sammy fall down and go boom. Andy spins around and mind-commands Tracy to drop the branch. She does so, but the horrified realization that Andy's just as much of a weirdo freak as the whackjob behind him clearly spreads across her already anguished expression.