Miles's office. Miles and Satori brainstorm about how to find out who Kathy and Greg are. Warren is assembling some furniture for some reason. Miles wonders about the nature of "one-one-one-two." He makes a crack about 1112 being the year the spirit was born. "Would that be a 888-year-old ghost?" Satori tells Warren to put the furniture parts down. Warren says that the spirits are telling him he needs to do it now. Miles keeps asking Satori about one-one-one-two. Satori says that she had no other feelings about the number, but that she had never felt such a strong presence. Miles theorizes that the spirit needs to communicate, so first he plugs into Marion. Then, suggests Miles, he speaks to Mark and then Satori. Satori is all doubtful while Warren stares at the manual for the furniture kit, obviously getting something from the text. Miles continues theorizing along the same lines as Elmer. Warren stares at a copy of the complete works of Edgar Allen Poe. Satori suggests that Kathy and Greg, whoever they are, must live at 1112 "something" street. While Miles and Satori debate the pros and cons of accessing a database of street addresses for the whole country, Warren stares at the manual again. The furniture parts are manufactured in Allentown, PA. He looks again at the complete works of Edgar Allen Poe, looks at the Allen wrench he's using, and concludes that Kathy and Greg's last name is Allen. "Man," says Warren to himself while Flowers For Algernon-type music plays. "He's more advanced than me?" whines Satori. Algae is more advanced than you, Satori! Miles nods approvingly at Warren.
Kathy and Greg's house. There's a sink full of dishes, unopened mail, and a machine full of unanswered messages. Kathy lies sleeping in a depressed stupor. She's probably using the moment that she heard about the Carolyn Bessette wedding as inspiration for this scene. Kathy wakes up and sees her bloodied husband Greg at the foot of the bed. He offers her a butterfly. She momentarily comforted by this vision, but she wakes up again and her husband is gone. The doorbell rings. It's Satori. Oh, come on! Doesn't anyone realize how many Kathy and Greg Allens there are in the United States? At the least the writers could have given them a really uncommon name. Kathy doesn't answer, but the door opens by itself to let Satori in. Satori comes in and calls out for Mrs. Allen. Kathy finally appears and is understandably offended at the sight of Satori. Satori gives her condolences to Kathy and introduces herself as a spirit medium. She explains about how Kathy's husband is trying to contact her through the Others. "He needs you to move on. It's causing great pain for him on the other side." Excuse me, Satori, but nowhere in this plot line has it been established that Greg Allen has said anything to any of the Others, other than "hi this is Kathy and Greg, please leave your message at the sound of the beep." Kathy protests that Greg isn't really dead. Satori condescendingly explains that no one ever really dies but blah blah blah. She also explains that their son has moved on but Kathy is preventing Greg from moving on. Kathy starts screaming for Satori to get out, just like the time she spent the weekend with John John at Hyannisport and Uncle Ted paid her a pantsless visit in the middle of the night. Satori doesn't move. Kathy keeps screaming at her to get out. Hell, I'm screaming at her to get out. Satori will not get out. What kind of drugs are you sharing with your fiancé James Woods? She wants to you leave, woman. Do it! So finally Satori turns around and walks out. Then Kathy keeps screaming after Satori leaves. Okay, now you need to calm down, Kathy.