Tru and Harrison are walking down some wet and empty street in the dark in The City. Tru says she "doesn't get it." She went through all this work to save these five guys, and they could end up going to prison anyway. Whatever supernatural forces picked Tru for this gig must be terribly embarrassed by this point. Maybe whoever is responsible is also sending Tru those flashbacks that keep annoying us, because she's just too stupid to be trusted to figure anything out herself. Harrison blathers on that she didn't just save these guys. She put some secret to rest and whatever and she's doing stuff and helping people and duh. We get it. To quote America's greatest thinker: "Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand." Tru changes the subject to Lindsay's theory that one out of every guy is a good one (no, she said "keeper"). She spent all night with six guys who were bad, so does that make Harrison the good one? Uhhhh. Hey, maybe The City is located in that one state that just declared marriages between siblings legal last month. The state of Ewwwwww! Harrison, thankfully, thinks he's not "the guy." Fortunately, we already know this, what with him almost killing someone. But he insists that the right guy for Tru is out there, which apparently triggers the Random Luc Generator, because there he goes, walking up the sidewalk past them. Tru stares at him for ages, and Luc doesn't notice this, even though they're the only three people walking down this empty road. Harrison asks Tru if he knows that guy. Tru says, "Not yet." And you never will. Because this show is going to be cancelled, even if I have to win the lottery, buy FOX, and cancel it myself.
In two weeks: If the show isn't cancelled (cancel the show!), Tru and company will be totally ripping off Flatliners in the thoroughly misplaced hope that they'll get some of the Kiefer fans to watch.