Hurley house. Nadine interrupts Ed in the process of legitimizing the presence of those awful, awful figurines, entering the room looking very dour. He asks what she's doing home from school, and as the Twin Peaks theme song plays all ironically, Nadine tells Ed they have to talk. "Mike and I are in love." Apparently, on the wrestling trip they had "the most magical night together." Ed pointlessly asks, "All night?" Ed's incredulous stare is misinterpreted as utter despair, and Nadine plays the infidelity card, retorting, "Well, you and Norma did it." She tells him that they "have to call a spade a spade. We're breaking up." She apologizes and hugs him, Ed wondering why he was unable to find those words at any point in the last twenty years and wondering after the stamina of a high school boy's continuing ability to nightly collect Nadine's pirate booty, if you know what I mean and I think you do.
Cooper sits with Josie in the Packard living room while Katherine eavesdrops through slats in a blind inches away from where they're sitting. She rehashes her story about escaping from Asian Man Killed in the Seattle airport, and Cooper tells her that he could arrest her right now, and that he only came "as a friend of Harry's." She tells him to leave, but Cooper insists that "this is the end of it. There are no other options." Cooper tells her to be at the station at nine o'clock, I guess meaning tomorrow, and leaves. Katherine smarms in exactly no seconds later and wonders where Cooper's gone, quickly turning the topic to Josie's deteriorating state, noting, "Dear, you look awful." She also relays the news that Eckhardt wants to see Josie by herself tonight. Josie says he'll kill her and asks for Katherine's help, telling her, "I think I'm going mad." Katherine tells her to "tell him the truth," and changes her advice to "tell him whatever you want. Just pray that he believes you." Katherine then removes a book from a nearby shelf and pulls out a set of keys from behind it, exposing a silver pistol, which Josie takes in hand after Katherine leaves. Hey, don't point that thing at me. Actually, dear. I meant the haircut. And you take your time over by that bookshelf. You'll be needing some bonding time with it anyway. Say, Josie, you really do look lovely, standing there right next to that large, wooden piece of furniture. One might even say that it becomes you. One might say that. As it were.