That was great, Bill. Take lunch. Johnny, help Bill to his trailer and get this tape to the editor and tell him to put this segment right before those awesome credits.
Establishing shot of a creepy urban building. According to the closed captioning, we're supposed to be hearing "grunge music," but I'm not hearing anything except street noise. Next we see a clipboard with an "Off Campus Housing Lease" form on it, otherwise known as a "lease." Marion signs it, and the camera pulls back to reveal that she's moving into the same apartment that she was already living in last week. How spookay. Even spookier is how she's moved all her stuff into an apartment and she hasn't even signed a lease yet. Kids, if you're watching at home, remember that this is just a TV show and in real life you could get royally screwed if you move into an apartment and you haven't signed a lease yet. Marion asks the skeevy Asian landlord if she can change the wallpaper in the bedroom. Skeevy Asian Landlord says that he just put it up last week and it's the same wallpaper that's in his bedroom, and he invites her to (wink! wink!) go up and take a look. Marion reviews her history of roommate problems and how she had to seek off-campus housing and how she needs to have a place of her own that's decorated the way she wants to decorate it. Like we care. The landlord asks her to give him a couple of days to think about it. He exits. Marion contemplates her new living space. The light from the lamp goes out. She reaches into one of her boxes and pulls out a light bulb that just happens to be on the very top of all of her stuff. She goes to unscrew the bulb and the light turns on again. She turns it off and walks into her bedroom. The camera focuses ominously on the lamp. Just to jump ahead here, no, that lamp is never going to do anything else freaky during this episode.
In Marion's bedroom, we finally get to see this wallpaper and yeah, I have to admit, Marion's right. This wallpaper has to go. It's not even kitschy ugly. I'm not exactly sure, but the design theme seems to be either "Scenes from American History" or "Great Moments in American Literature." There are lots of line drawings of people in colonial costume gathering, fighting wars, and hanging people. It looks like something that would be sold in the gift shop at Sturbridge Village. Marion is lying on her bed and looking through a course catalog and talking to herself about how confused she is about what to major in. Oh, that again. She pushes all her paperwork off her bed and contemplates her wallpaper. "Yuck," she says. She turns off her light and gets into bed. The light in the hallway turns on by itself. Before she can get up and turn it off, we see a character on the wallpaper come to life and turn around to watch Marion. The lights go out.