Jimmy and Adam wander through the house, "finding" things in the walls and marking them up with a big penciled "X." What are they finding? Who knows.
The kid walks up, still in his bike helmet, and grills Frohike. Kids are so ballsy nowadays, though this bit is as old as W.C. Fields's grandmother. Frohike can't make the kid vamoose.
Jimmy and Adam are hot on the trail of something. They're getting excited.
The kid hassles Frohike some more. He thinks he did something, he thinks he's a burglar. Inside, Adam picks up a power drill and proceeds to break though the wall. Over the screech of the drill, Jimmy placidly calls out, "Byers? Langly?" Like they wouldn't come running the second they heard oh, forget it. Outside, Frohike wields the bolt cutters he used to cut the power and says he'll use them as an "ass paddle." When the kid threatens to tell his mom, Frohike offers him $5. Wow, you're old, man. Or, low on cash. Five dollars doesn't buy shit these days! The kid stomps on his toe in response. Adam drills away; the kid throws clods of dirt. Just as the cops roll up, Frohike straddles the kid, and the entire wall -- no, it's like one of the fours SIDES -- falls right off the white-and-aqua house exposing Langly, Byers, Adam, and Jimmy standing stupidly inside, and we have a nice tableau of bumbling bumblers in full-on hot bumbling action.
Somewhere else, a man in a white lab coat says he's registering "a disturbance at the source" and that "they're off-line." A lady doctor says, "Send someone out there." And the "test subjects"? The people over there, floating in vats of blue goo, breathing through snorkels? "Put them in sleep mode -- for now." The doctor lady then peers at them intently, a butterfly bandage on her forehead. Bum bum oh, you know.
The gun-dudes, Jimmy, and Adam wake up in jail. After some mild homophobic hilarity involving Frohike and Jimmy cuddling together, they get down to discussing why someone would want Adam to think he has a happy suburban aqua-and-white home-and-wife life. Langly keeps hammering at Adam, saying that Adam could be someone else and not even know it. Adam finally snaps, and screams that he's going to put his thumbs in Langly's eyes and "ride [him] like a pogo stick!" The music gets all fast and pounding and then Adam comes out of it. He's so sorry. Did he just say that? Wow. Then he hollers for the guard to bring their "morning slop." Frohike murmurs, "Someone else entirely." Then the music gets al mischievous (again) and Yves walks in. She's bailing them out. Whuh? I don't see this.