Doggett comes to and finds himself pressed against the main roof beam in the attic. "Oh, crap," he mutters. He tries to stand up...and finds himself upside down, his feet on the beam, his head pointing toward the floor. He tries, futilely, to leap down to the floor. "Oliver!" he calls plaintively. "[Dr. Anspaugh]? I need some help up here!" Outside the house, Dr. Anspaugh hears Doggett, and races inside. In the attic, Doggett paces up and down the beam. "Oliver? Are you up there? Down there? Whatever the hell?" he calls. Doggett catches sight of Oliver from the hole in floor. "Oliver!" he yells. Oliver runs off. "Oliver!"
Dr. Anspaugh makes his way into the hallway, calling for "Anthony." Doggett hears him and starts yelping for some help. Oliver hides himself behind a wall. Dr. Anspaugh continues down the hallway. "Hey! Come back!" Doggett yells. "I need some help up here! He's dangerous!" Dr. Anspaugh finally glimpses Oliver all curled up in the corner. "Anthony?" he asks softly. "Let him go." Oliver whimpers that he can't. "Sure you can," Dr. Anspaugh says. Oliver shakes his head. He doesn't know how, he says. "Anthony, you're a good person. I know that hasn't changed," Dr. Anspaugh says. "Relax, and focus, remember?" Oliver finally nods tearfully. "Good. Relax and focus," Dr. Anspaugh repeats. Oliver starts to cry. Doggett crashes through the hole in the ceiling and lands on the ground.
Later, Doggett holds an evidence bag full of ice to the back of his head. Enter Scully and Moronica, who both make shocked faces when they see the brand-new Brady-riffic décor of Oliver's swinging pad. "Oh my God," Moronica breathes. She, like NotBud, heads right for the Horse Sculpture, while Scully gives Doggett's noggin a cursory exam. "Agent Scully, meet Oliver Martin," Doggett mutters. In the background, Moronica is picking up the Don't Play Ball in the House Vase. Scully informs Oliver that it's "a great pleasure" to meet him. Moronica wanders over, eyes wide, and asks how Oliver created...you know, the entire Brady milieu . "I think about it, and it's here," he says quietly. "Can you think about other things?" Scully asks, taking a seat. "What happens if you think about another place?" Dr. Anspaugh nods. "It's important to me," he says. Oliver makes his thinking face...and the room becomes a peaceful, very fake-looking green-screeny meadow. Everyone is, naturally, stunned. Scully pulls out her standard breathy "oh my God," and walks right up to the camera. Everyone else is looking around in awe. Shortly, the room returns to Bradyville. Scully's eyes are huge. "Mainly, I like to be here," Oliver explains. Scully sighs dreamily. "Oliver, with your help, we could learn so much," she says. "I would love to take you back with us to DC." Oliver shiftily glances at Dr. Anspaugh. "It would mean so much to me, Oliver. To show the whole world!" he says. Oliver smiles weakly. He nods. "Wonderful. Let's go get you packed," Dr. Anspaugh says. He and Oliver head upstairs, and the rest of the crew just stares at each other. "We've got a tiger by the tail," Doggett says. Moronica murmurs that she doesn't think Oliver meant to kill Doggett. Doggett shrugs that it doesn't really matter. "He's not in control," he says. Scully insists that they can help Oliver learn to control his powers. "I mean, my God! There's no telling what he could accomplish." Like what, exactly? Starring in the most unusual episode of Trading Spaces ever? Doggett points out that there's no telling what could happen if Oliver goes off the deep end. "Which isn't too far a walk for this guy, in case you haven't noticed," he points out. "I mean, this whole Brady Bunch thing? I'm not so sure about this." Thank you! Moronica pipes up that they can't keep Oliver here at home. "Two people are dead," she says. "This isn't working." Scully nods, and insists that they "owe it to the world." Oh, whatever. Doggett snarks that the other shoe is going to drop at any moment. "There's something Oliver's not telling us," he says.