Anna dials up AOL and starts her Face-cast, broadcasting her pretty visage from New York to Rome to Beijing and back again. She explains that she knows people are concerned, but this has all been a test, and there is nothing to be feared. Instead Red Sky and Red Rain will repair the earth and reverse global warming and give the ground a new beginning. All the people who just moments before were rioting and picketing down on earth now start cheering and high fiving each other because people are dumb and do not ever learn to be suspicious or doubt the words of a beautiful lady. That's why QVC manages to keep the lights on.
After her message to the stupid earthlings, Erica thanks Anna for rectifying the situation. Erica wants to head back to terra firma ASAP, but Tyler wants to stay and spend some alone time with his lady. Erica hugs him hard because of HER DREAM and Anna's promise to take good care of him. Erica then hugs Lisa who passes on the name of the Col. Sanders lookalike and the whereabouts of his secret recipe. Erica departs and Anna pulls Lisa aside to remind her that she has to perform ALL of her duties with Tyler, no matter how debasing, disgusting, or disease-y. It is her job. Lisa shudders at the thought, and also because: Ew, Tyler. Also because no one wants their mommy dictating who they do or do not schtup even if it's supposedly for the preservation of the species. I mean, how is Lisa supposed to rebel now? By NOT fornicating? By saving her precious gift for marriage? How very... human.
Down on earth, Erica meets with Ryan and Kyle outside of New York University, which is not at all NYU nor is it the usual fake NYU a.k.a. Hudson University that they always use on Law & Order. It's some college with white-pillared buildings and lions and other hallmarks for Quality Education. Kyle can't believe that people are buying into Anna's malarkey. She's obviously covering up something big. Erica and Ryan head inside the halls of education, leaving Kyle, who is not fit for civilized society, outside. They walk in and some guy (Sam! From Reaper! Aww R.I.P., good show) wearing headphones asks them if they are looking for someone. Right, like a guy in headphones is playing concierge. Erica helpfully removes his headphones and tells them they are looking for Col. Sanders. The guy thinks he is probably out golfing because that is what rich white guys with beards do, but he is his assistant Dr. Sidney Miller. Can he be of assistance? Dear Casting Agents: If the script calls for a doctor of either the MD or PhD variety don't choose an actor who is barely pushing 30. While I am happy to see little Bret Harrison back on the small screen, it's not very believable that he is a doctor of anything other than love and he was only called that once by his college sweetheart after several Jello shots.