View-Master to the train station. I can't tell you how much email I got from you guys letting me know that this is a Canadian train station and that you can tell by the flags in this scene. Duly noted, y'all. ["I would have told you that too, if I were still watching this crap. But if it's Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, or Burlington, where I believe this show is mostly filmed, I've been to all three." -- Wing Chun] You can also tell by the departure sign here that says all the trains are going to Montreal, Ottawa, and Windsor. Eric and Jaye walk through the station. Eric asks Jaye whether she helps people out a lot. Jaye says she wouldn't say she does it "a lot." Eric says he doesn't either, because Heidi didn't allow it. She said he shouldn't open his mouth to strangers. "Ironic," says Jaye. "You know. Considering." Heh. Eric watches a Sean Hayes lookalike put his arm around a girl. Jaye asks Eric if he misses his wife. Eric says he doesn't know. Jaye tells him that he has to miss his life a little. Eric says he's still trying to figure out where that is. Where what is? His life? Where he misses it? The actor playing Eric keys his sentences strangely. Now the sign for trains reads Boston, Hoboken, Jacksonville. At the front of the line, Jaye tells the man behind the desk that they're looking for someone. Eric says they think she might be in trouble. Jaye describes her as a blonde who is a little taller than she is: "Possibly in a fetal position." The man behind the counter is making the same face I make when I watch this show. Stone sober. Jaye says she might be running away from something. Hey, did Jaye and Eric change clothes on their way to the train station? Did they wait until the next morning? I guess so. Can't be too worried about the barrel woman, then. Jaye suggests that the woman might also be looking over her shoulder as she runs away from something. Eric finally gives the man the ticket stub, saying that she arrived eight days ago, and that any information he can offer would be great. The man says that he does remember something: "Yeah, this ticket? It had another half to it." He pauses for effect. "A ticket half." Jaye makes a face. Eric seems confused. He's not too smart a boy. "Yeah," says the man behind the counter. "That's all I got." Jaye and Eric pout off.
Episode Report CardPamie: F | 588 USERS: B-
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