In her apartment, Marian studies a textbook, highlighting a passage. She closes the book, turns off the light, and settles down on the sofa. She again sees the black-and-white vision of the soldiers in the jungle. She sobs in terror, and again the vision ends with the soldier making a hand signal. Elsewhere, Albert wakes, panting and looking not so good. That looked very much like Marian purposefully entered Albert's mind again, after he was so upset with her doing it the first time. Annoying little busybody.
At Elmer's, Miles is showing Marian his Others web site on his laptop. It's actually a better-looking site than the official NBC one. Marian mentions that Miles has put a lot of work into the web site, but she's obviously bored by the demo, because the moment she sees Elmer in the other room she says she's going to go help him. Miles tells her he'll help Elmer and that she should stay and look at the site. As soon as he walks away, Marian accesses Snap.com, the NBC-owned web search engine. I wonder if the head honchos at NBC issued an official memo: "All television shows showing the Internet or World Wide Web shall give at least two seconds of screen time to the Snap.com logo." Marian enters "Khe San" into Snap.com. When she gets to "Col. John's The Hills of Khe San" site, she enters Albert's name into the search function. She sees that he was a survivor of the February 15, 1968 Ghost Patrol and was wounded in action. Albert, Satori, and Dr. Mark arrive, and Miles comes to fetch Marian. She quickly puts the web browser back to Miles's Others page. Miles is wondering where he put a certain folder, and when he sits at the computer to look for it, the browser history reveals to him what the prying Marian has been up to.