Sheri shows Teller the clinic's rec room and then asks what he's really doing here, not buying his story at all. Suddenly Jake (who is back in the rec room) starts humming and when Cheri checks on him, he only hums louder. Kiefer keeps running. Grace hears more sounds of beating, and then takes the metal pot she reclaimed from her brother that day and goes outside Sauda's door to bang on it until Fumbe comes out angrily. Jake's hum rises to a scream. The other women in the village come out to join Grace pounding pots along with her in solidarity against Fumbe. What the hell is happening? Meanwhile, it's 4Soweto's turn in the Worldwide Dance Battle and as he dances in the darkened computer lab while his friends shine flashlights on him, he's catching up to the Beastmaster in votes. Jake's still screaming. We cut all around between these settings, as Kiefer arrives at the office of his old paper, the Herald; 4Soweto celebrates, Teller stands there watching Jake scream and the little toy car rolls back into the hallway from under the door of room six, all by itself. Jakes stops screaming, and Kiefer presents himself in front of Rush Middleton's desk saying, "Whatever you wrote, delete it. You're starting over." If only I could do that with this weecap.
After the ads, Kiefer hands Rush the internal memo showing that Walter warned the investment company about the product and they used it anyway for evil ends. And he's giving it to Rush. Rush offers to see about sharing the byline with Kiefer, but Kiefer isn't interested. "This'll be our little secret, otherwise it doesn't count," Kiefer says, whatever that means.
The Beastmaster runs across Schoolgirl up on the hill laughing at some lame video on the phone. He sits down next to her and she invites him to add something of his own, but he's not in the mood. "I lost to a ten-year-old," he says. Schoolgirl laughs that it was a cute ten-year-old. She might also point out that he was a total dumbass for agreeing to spend the entire day defending his title against any moron in the world with a computer, so of course he was worn out, but she doesn't. Aw, look who made friends. Does anyone care?
Kiefer finds Walt on the street in front of the building and hands him a printout of the story's online version, telling him the dragon is dead. "We found the sword, slew the dragon, saved the people." Walt gratefully asks Kiefer to kneel. Kiefer just gives a half-bow, and then Walt dubs him the Invisible Knight. "And to your son, the pain is gone." Kiefer says Walt doesn't have to be invisible anymore and the family behind the stone walls of the Mountain of Clare would be happy to see him again. Walt just walks away, because otherwise this might get schmaltzy.