Okay, so Portman has a piece of paper labeled "RECORD OF BIRTH," but he's claiming there's no birth certificate. I think he's crazy. But Orwell is interested. Incidentally, the people who are supposed to be spying on him appear to be getting hot dogs or something, so they don't notice that Portman is carrying on an involved conversation with this alleged jogger. He's handing over documentation and everything. In addition to the birth non-certificate, he also has a big newspaper article that explains that the Chandler baby vanished without being born, and that many people assumed it was a miscarriage. So, to sum up: he wants to find Conrad Chandler and get him to take possession of the ports so that the mayor can't sell them to Peter Fleming. The issue of what will happen to this city if it loses the ports is not addressed. Orwell says she'll post this information within an hour. Schiff is nervous, but allows it.
Night Market. During the day, it's not as cool. In fact, it's pretty much just an alley. Rollo leads Max and Vince onto a rusted-out school bus, where they find Janet, rocking back and forth and being crazy. Rollo tries to communicate with her by reminiscing about her karaoke rendition of "Total Eclipse of the Heart." I am not exaggerating when I say that Rollo's karaoke night sounds more interesting than the stuff we usually see on the show. She asks if this bus goes to the parade. She shoves Rollo away and crazies out a bit more, gabbling along the lines of "He's calling me. He's calling me to where the water meets the land." She picks up a shard of glass and swipes at Rollo. Max busts out the Vulcan nerve pinch and knocks her out. Did you know that Max had the Vulcan Nerve Pinch available? He does! In the course of Janet's gibberings, she mentioned "The Lich," which is a name Vince claims to know. Where does he live, Vince? "The boogeyman doesn't have an address." Ah. Not that helpful, honestly.