Quail Creek Lodge, where even the specially-bred-not-to-fear-guns quail have fled in terror. The Woodman, clad only in boxers and a wifebeater, is watching The Dukes Of Hazzard (the TV show, thank God). He gets up to take a piss, and I guess Tom Wopat and John Schneider were about twelve years too old at the time of this show to make that function a problem for The Woodman at this moment. But the open window tells him that something's wrong.Before you know it, Keith appears from his hiding place and stun-guns The Woodman, after a feeble attempt to escape. Keith calls information and asks for the local sheriff.
The sheriff, who, sometime later, has apparently just finished being debriefed. (Thank GOD that didn't happen to The Woodman.) Keith goes over to a cuffed Woodman and notes that he used Keith, his conclusion being that The Woodman purposely sabotaged incorporation with the whole motel stunt in response to being blackmailed. So he expected Keith to come forward with the truth. Makes perfect sense, not least because I never bought that The Woodman had sex with that woman anyway. The Woodman tells Keith that he didn't crash the bus, and that he only did what he did with those kids because their fathers mistreated and ignored them: "They needed someone. I listened to them. I cared about them!" Wow, it's like they were "Lucky" to have you. Keith tells The Woodman just to stop, and his typical measured tone doesn't obscure the disgust underneath. Nice work, there, and also from Guttenberg, I have to add. I really believed that he thought he was helping those kids. Creepy. By the way, when The Woodman's pedophilic tendencies were revealed, my mind flashed back to his comment to the kids way back in "Driver Ed" about the wonders of opposable thumbs. I'll just let you sit on that for a moment. The female sheriff calls to Keith that they're ready, and Keith hauls The Woodman to his feet.
Veronica, in her room, is studying the Little League photo, which we can now see more clearly has all the kids' names written on their images, including Peter Ferrer's and Marcos Oliveres's. Veronica excitedly answers the phone when Keith calls, and he tells her that he's loading The Woodman on to his own plane as they speak, so they're just waiting for the pilot to get going. The bit of bad news is that The Woodman insists he didn't crash the bus, so they need more evidence, and Veronica counters that she's got one more kid from the picture to track down. They hang up, and Keith boards the plane.