Back at the hospital, a set of beeping sounds inform us that Greg has passed away. Elmer comes to in the Headquarters D'Others.
Another funeral. This time it's Greg's and the Others are there. Warren asks if there's any food. Blind Albert asks how the body looks. "I can't take you anywhere," says Dr. Mark. Elmer, Marion, and Satori pass by the coffin. Satori is wearing this really tight shiny top that make her boobs look like one really wide, flat boob. She passes Kathy, and Kathy thanks her and expresses regret that she only got contact from her son and not her husband. "He'll find a way to contact you," says Satori as she glides off. The priest comes over and asks Kathy if she wants to say her final goodbye. "There's no such thing," says Kathy. The grandmother who gave Cameron the dime at the beginning of the episode walks toward the coffin and gives Kathy the stink-eye, just like Rose Kennedy used to. Kathy places a dime in her hand and the grandmother lights up with a forgiving smile. Back home, Kathy sit reading. The phone rings. Kathy answers it but it's the wrong phone. It's her husband's cell phone that is ringing. "Hello?" she calls into the handset. No one is on the line. She looks at the digital display, which says "1112." She clutches the phone to her heart.
Next week, Satori and Dr. Mark make out, which breaks stuff, and Marion has to face her darkest fear, which appears to have something to do with the act of wallpapering.