After Tru hangs up on Lindsay, a baby starts crying at a nearby table, and a careless waiter knocks Luc's drink over. For heaven's sake, we get it! Bad location in the restaurant! What next -- will the centerpiece spontaneously burst into flames? Then Tru's phone rings yet again. It's Davis, telling her Marco 2.0 has a pick-up and he needs her help. Tru says she wasn't aware that picking up bodies at the scene was part of her job description. Davis points out that nothing about this show is consistent, so why would her job description be any different? Plus, they still haven't given up on the idea that they can surprise us with the dead bodies talking. Tru apologizes to Luc for aborting their awful date. He doesn't seem to mind so much, what with the wine in his lap and stuff.
Cut to the accident scene. Incidentally, they're refusing to use Marco 2.0's first name still. He asks Tru how the date went. It didn't go well. We were there. We know. Marco 2.0 makes some vague comment that he's surprised he didn't get called out here sooner in order to deal with an annoying plot problem later, but it doesn't work. They're at the scene of a crash. It looks as though a car went over the edge of a cliff after a guardrail gave way. Tru asks for advice. Marco 2.0 tells her not to think too much. I don't think that will be a problem for Miss The Poison Is In The Alcohol. The two of them approach two bodies -- a young man and a young woman, lying next to the crumpled car. The girl is the same one we saw in the teaser, so the Portentous Music was right. The Portentous Music knows all. There are some roses scattered about. Tru asks if Marco 2.0 has any theories. He thinks it's young love: "How many times have you seen a death that doesn't involve love?" What? Is he brain-damaged? Wouldn't any reasonable person guess the cause of the accident to be either a case of driving too fast or being drunk or trying to avoid a squirrel or the thousand more reasonable explanations for a car CAREENING OFF A CLIFF than "young love"? Yeah, there was a boy and a girl in the car and there are roses, so obviously it's a tragic love story and not the result of that kegger Eddie held because his parents were out of town. Marco 2.0 points out a necklace on the girl (a gold necklace with a tacky, cheap "diamond" teardrop). He declares it's not something a teen girl would buy for herself. Why not? This must be what Marco 2.0 means by not thinking too much. Actually, considering the quality of the scripts, it really is a smart idea to not think too much about how things happen. It's the show's first meta-statement. Awww. Marco has determined that the two kids' names are Adam and Jen. He's a student at Highland Prep, driving with just a learner's permit. Adam has a tattoo of the word "ambition" in either Chinese or Japanese, which Marco 2.0 immediately recognizes and points out, because he would know these things. He says he needs to get something from the truck so he can leave Tru alone with the bodies. After he's gone, Tru looks at the bodies and asks, "You were in love, weren't you?" Yeah, she's definitely following that "don't think too much" advice. Suddenly, Adam turns his head, reaches out an arm and whispers, "Hhhhhhelp us!" We montage-wipe back through the day as Tru wakes up to the movie on television again. And she still looks confused.