That night, Johnny tries to explain to Bruce what's happening. And the viewing audience. He uses various objects to make a timeline. They are at the beginning. The end of the world is in the future somewhere. In the near future, Christopher gets knocked out and ends up in a coma. He wakes up after the end of the world and realizes that he can use his dead zone. He finds Johnny's cane head. Bruce is overwhelmed. Johnny says that there's more: if Johnny prevents Christopher from getting knocked out, there will be no coma, and thus no visions, and thus no Creepy Christopher to tell them how to prevent Armageddon. But Christopher didn't tell Johnny to save him. Just his family. Right? Did I miss something? Bruce asks whether that means Johnny won't help them. No, help Julia and Madeleine. Just don't help Christopher. Since he didn't ask for your help. Right?
Johnny picks up his cane, and Creepy Christopher is right there. Clearly, he's been waiting for Johnny to pick up. They need a ringer like on a telephone. Although that would get pretty annoying, because I have to assume that Creepy Christopher is pretty bored and lonely in the post-Armageddon world, so he'd be calling Johnny all the time just to say, like, "Hey, remember cheese? That stuff was awesome. Why don't you eat some while I watch?" Which would get old real fast. Johnny says he needs to know what happens to the Wey family. Creepy Christopher reminds Johnny that he only sees what Johnny sees. Johnny needs to get into the Wey house.
Johnny and Bruce head up to the Wey house. Johnny uses the cane connection to find out that the key is in the flowerpot. Except it's totally under the flowerpot, but whatever. Bruce thinks they should wait until Madeleine gets home. Johnny says that they can't really explain what they are doing, so why bother? Johnny opens the door and, with Creepy Christopher's help, turns off the alarm. Outside, Ugly Robert pulls up to the house. Inside, Johnny tells Creepy Christopher that he gets hit right after turning off the alarm. Bruce is all confused since, from his perspective, Johnny is talking to an empty house, but he gets over it. Johnny starts tapping around the house, trying to get a vision of what exactly happens to Julia and Madeleine.
Johnny picks up a fireplace poker, which sends him into a vision. A guy all in black with a ski mask on hides in the living room, holding the fireplace poker. Christopher walks in and disarms the alarm. The ski-mask guy hits Christopher from behind with the poker, and then hits him again while he's down. He takes off the ski mask and, to the surprise of no one watching at home, it's Ugly Robert! Creepy Christopher asks who that guy is. Ugly Robert starts taunting the comatose Christopher while dragging his body out of the house. Just then, Julia walks in. She sees what's going on and runs back out of the house. She trips on the porch, and there must have been a trampoline instead of a piece of wood there because she goes flying about ten feet into the air and then lands on a piece of decorative stone edging, dead. I know I shouldn't have laughed at that, but I totally did. Edging kills! Leave your garden boundaries natural! For the children! Madeleine approaches, and Ugly Robert assures her that Julia is okay. Madeleine starts freaking out as they go into the house. Ugly Robert keeps saying that it's okay. He pushes Madeleine into a wall and puts one hand over her mouth. Ugly Robert keeps babbling that it will be okay and they can work it out and that Christopher can't hurt her anymore. But then Madeleine stops squirming around, because she's dead too. Ugly Robert looks around at the three bodies and takes off.