Allen residence. Kathy opens the door to Elmer, Marion, and Satori. Elmer introduces her to Marion and explains that she's in training. He also reintroduces her to Satori, who gives Kathy a shame-based smirk. Everyone goes inside, and Satori asks Kathy for a metal object that was dear to Greg since metal conducts energy. She shows Satori the stadium seats and explains that they were the very seats they sat on at the Boston Garden for their first date. "He proposed to me on them," says Kathy. "One-one-one-two became our way of saying 'I love you.'" ["This reminds me of the story I read in People about how Rock Hudson and one of his male lovers used to use the words 'one-two-three' as code for 'I love you.'" -- Sars] Satori channels Kathy's great-great-grandmother and a bunch of other relatives. Kathy asks about Greg. Satori says she can't see him because his soul isn't there. Satori says she sees a hockey player with an eight on his chest. Elmer explains that that is Cam Nealy who plays for the Bruins. They named Cameron after him. Elmer concludes that Greg won't leave until she stops being angry at her son. Kathy tells them to shut the front door when they leave. Satori figures that maybe they should just move on and get out of Kathy Allen's life. Marion agrees. Elmer says that there's only one person who can get through to Kathy. He picks up a baby pacifier. Marion and Satori protest that the pacifier is plastic and rubber and won't conduct energy. Elmer says that it will do. I'll bet that's because it involves sucking. Like this show.
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