Dr. Mark's hospital. Satori gives Dr. Mark the rundown about what happened. Mark basically explains to Satori the radical concept that a woman who has just lost her husband and baby son might need her space. Satori argues that most people are grateful for a visit from their dead loved ones and quotes some statistic that seventy percent of all wives who lose their husbands experience some sort of psychic communication with them. "She has to grieve in her own way," says Dr. Mark. Yeah, without visits from uninvited bindi-wearing pin heads. "What about his grief?" asks Satori. "It's going to stay in that house. It's going to stay in her." "Let me take you home," says Dr. Mark. They share a look. Ew. While he leaves momentarily to get someone to take his shift, Satori looks out into the hall and sees bloodied Greg Allen. She follows his spirit down a labyrinth of halls. Dr. Mark comes back and finds that Ellen has disappeared. He catches up with her and finds her at the bedside of non-spirit Greg Allen. Greg didn't die. He's just in a coma. The camera pans over him: he's curled up in the fetal position with his head half-shaven, sucking his thumb. A piece of paper is taped to his pillow that reads "1112." And don't ask me if the piece of paper is something related to his medical condition or if it's just a note that Kathy taped to his pillow. I don't know.
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