So then some guy at a lectern is reading that poem about not standing at his grave, because he is not there, and meanwhile everyone is still milling about, like can you actually pay attention to the MEMORIAL SERVICE? What's your problem? Derek carries a lit candle around and looks at people standing next to the pictures of their loved ones: Zoe and her mom stand next to some long-haired beardo guy. And Sarah is still staring at Winston. Derek looks at her, and then is momentarily distracted because he's bumped by -- hey! Max Perlich! Meanwhile, a woman comes over to stare at Winston's picture and talk about how he hated to have his picture taken. Sarah apologizes for being in her mourner's space or whatever but the woman tells her it's nice to see an unfamiliar face for once, because all she sees around are people who've lost someone. Sarah introduces herself (yes, as Sarah -- it's CALLED AN ALIAS, SARAH. Try one sometime!) and the woman introduces herself as Diana Winston. Then she asks if Sarah knew her husband. Sarah's all, "If by 'knew' you mean 'killed,' then yes!"
Title screen: SERVICE. Images of the deceased are projected on a screen (in this case, Eugene Miller) while the appropriate relatives approach the casket. And Diana tells Sarah that Gene used to project movies on his garage door for the neighbourhood. "I just went for the free beer," says Diana, and Sarah congenially says she's done a lot of things like that, and now Diana is crying because she can't remember the last movie she saw with Winston, and how sometimes she'd just leave supper in the fridge for him. Sarah tells her it was a hard place to work, which she figured out in just those few short non-existent months she worked there. Meanwhile, there's Max Perlich in the back, scoping stuff out.