Dr. David Lyman, a plastic surgeon, sits at his desk taking oral notes on one of his patients, when he hears a noise. "Hello?" he says, and gets up to investigate. He walks through the hallway of his deserted clinic, and finally finds the Homeless Snake Eyes, cycling through a computer file of, presumably, patients. "You can't be in here," says the doctor, and not, "Also, those are confidential." Sarah starts in with a voice-over, reflecting on telling John the story of the Golem of Prague, although it might have helped if someone told her not to pronounce it "Gollum." Homeless Snake Eyes has settled on some dude played by Garrett Dillahunt (his analysis of Dillahunt's facial structure is that it appears to be a "92% match"), recently seen as Jesus in the awesomely titled The Book of Daniel, as well as appearing in No Country For Old Men. Also, if Peter Krause ever needs someone to portray his brother, Dillahunt should get that role every time.
"You do reconstructive surgery?" says Snake Eyes in his electronicky voice. Lyman: yep, just come back on Monday. "I need reconstructive surgery," no-duhs Snake Eyes. Lyman tells Snake Eyes to leave now, or he'll call the police. Snake Eyes turns to face Lyman; he's taken his goggles off, and we can see his creepy, unnatural skin. But it's not all bad; based on his new look, he's going to be starring in White Chicks 2.
As Sarah's voice-over tells us about how John the big baby couldn't sleep for a week after the Golem story ends with the Golem killing everybody, Sarah looks at John in his room, on his computer, browser on a tribute page for Jordon Cowan, also known as She Bangs. The top entry reads, "too bad you were hot!" Hee! The next entry reads, "We were just a [sic] sharing a yogurt yesterday" like maybe she went to school with Super Mario. Just as John starts typing his own entry ("I'm sorry") Sarah strolls in to say he's up a little late. Noticing his homework, she understands his insomnia, since she could never get her head around covalent and ionic bonding either. Her real reason for coming in is to ask if he wants to talk about whatever's bothering him. But he won't admit that anything is bothering him, so Sarah talks about how there's a memorial service for Jordon this week. That'll be fun. Let's hope the guy who yelled "Jump!" and the "too bad you were hot!" guy can show up to pay their respects in person. Sarah asks if John's planning to go, and he snaps off some garbage about how "plans are for people in control of their own lives." Sarah, instead of smacking him, says she doesn't want him to blame himself. "Who said I blame myself?" says John, glaring at Cameron, who's just walked in with the news that Chrome Artie is there. Not there there, but now there. You know?