Back we go to the motel in Kermit. Sam is watching a show about dung beetles, which I can't help but feel is significant. It's as if the show is saying, "Be prepared for shit to come rolling by." Right on cue, Amelia shows up on Sam's doorstep. They engage in a long, awkward chat that comes across like an acting exercise in a high school drama class. It's flat and stilted, as if the participants are reading directly from their scripts. Well, Sam's part isn't too bad, but Amelia is just really awful. Even the dung beetle would be like, "Man, that stinks." Anyway, to sum up: Amelia apparently fled the bar soon after confronting Sam because, well, she's still married to her still-living husband. She says she was feeling pretty content until Sam showed up again. Sam offers to leave, but they just keep moving closer and closer to each other until they're kissing because that's just how awful they are.
For something slightly less painful, let's check in on Samandriel. Dr. Lab Coat has outfitted him with a halo -- not the heavenly sort, but rather a device to keep the awl in place. Samandriel begs for mercy, but this is a demon we're talking about. Lab Coat waxes anatomical. "When we demons possess a human, we invade all of them -- their muscles, their bones, their brains." He wonders if it's the same for angels. There's no reason it should be, of course. Demons were once human, according to the show, but angels are different creatures entirely. There's no reason they would biologically homologous to humans. An angel could theoretically stow its mind in its vessel's ass, but that wouldn't serve the show's purpose. So Lab Coat pokes a long screw into Samandriel's vessel's noggin. This time when Samandriel screams, a jar full of re liquid shatters. Lab Coat smiles with delight and tightens the screw some more. Samandriel stops screaming and chants something that sounds like Klingon.