In the galley Tandy is telling Miles that on an flight a few nights ago she counted one passenger too many according to the flight list. When she checked again she saw a pilot in a Spartan uniform sitting in coach. Miles gestures towards the oven but Tandy quickly corrects him that all the reused parts have been removed from the plane because of the rumors and strange occurrences. She's positive that none of the parts are salvage. She notices Battle-Axe coming towards them, and she urgently tells Miles he needs to get away and to not tell Karen (Battle-Axe) that he spoke with her. Mark distracts Karen until Miles can get back to his seat. The plane begins to lurch and the captain tells the passengers that it's routine turbulence. See, now you know they're lying when they say that and the plane is actually haunted. Elmer downs one of his miniatures of whiskey and I sigh enviously. In the cockpit, Karen and the pilot discuss the turbulence. She leaves and closes the door but it bangs open behind her. The pilot radios St. Louis air-traffic control, where someone informs him that no other planes have reported a rough ride. My knowledge of both geography and air-traffic control are shaky, but I'm fairly sure that a plane flying from Boston to Detroit would not go anywhere near St. Louis. The pilot requests permission to take the plane to a higher altitude. We see a close-up of the captain's name tag; he is the "Radley" who was mentioned on the black-box recording by the pilots of the crashed plane. A shaky spooky-cam rushes out of the cockpit and down the aisle to the back of the plane where Marian is exiting the bathroom, holding one of her scribbled-on paper towels. She walks, all spaced out and zombie-like, up the aisle, ignoring Dr. Mark when he calls to her. Too bad she has to be possessed to grow a spine. She pushes past Karen and, addressing the pilot as "Boo," she hands him the paper towel. He looks at it and she tells him, "It's from Steve." Her message seems to read, "Number two engine hot. Data fictitious." The captain tells the co-pilot to check engine two.
Episode Report CardAce: D | 549 USERS: C+
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