Lindsay says, "Just write me my death wish right now." That makes no sense. Montage of people getting shots and Lindsay looking uncomfortable. When it's her turn, she makes a big dramatic deal out of it, like shots hurt. They don't. Irene comforts her, and they all leave.
Now it's night again, and we see Space Needle shot #47. Do you think we'll hit fifty before they go to Nepal? Stay tuned. Inside the house, Nathan, Rebecca, Irene and Lindsay are lying on a bed. Someone asks how long Lindsay's dad was sick and she says he had "colon cancer" and it spread through his body. Lindsay says that they're planning to "dig up his remains and have him cremated," because they didn't know what to do when he died, so they just buried him. Dude, that's kind of gross. I appreciate the symbolism and stuff, but do you have to dig his shit up? Couldn't you just have a memorial ceremony or something? ["You know, it's so expensive to bury someone, I doubt they'd just dig him up for the hell of it. I suspect that's a bullshit story meant to garner even more sympathy for Lindsay, but I'm a cynic like that." -- Wing Chun] Nathan asks why, and Lindsay says they want to "stick him in the mountains" because it's where he was born, and where he was most comfortable. Rebecca points out that it's "just a body," but Irene and Lindsay disagree. Nathan says that "religion-wise, it is just a shell." ["Um. Depends on which religion, Nathan, Doctor of Divinity." -- Wing Chun] Irene says something about "symbolically, for her family" and "it's like a tribute within your own selves." Lindsay agrees with whatever the hell Irene just said, saying that "it's good closure." Well, if it gives Lindsay closure, go ahead and dig up the corpse. The scene closes with Space Needle shot #48.