A janitor mops the floor as Eric and Jaye mope about not being able to find a woman who has no proof of being at a train station. Jaye says they're the worst detectives ever, and that she doesn't know what she expected him to tell them. "Could have told you about the Man in Black," says the janitor. Scary music plays. Jaye and Eric turn around. "What?" asks Jaye. Creepy Janitor says, "Let's just say you two aren't the only ones who have been snooping around here looking for that little girl." "Little girl"? And also: huh? "You remember her?" Eric asks. Who? How does the Janitor know whom they're talking about? He's nowhere near the ticket counter. The Janitor says that she slept on that nearby bench three nights in a row. How does he know that? He didn't see the stub. He possibly heard "blonde girl who got here eight days ago" and knows it's the same woman who was sleeping on the bench? Don't people sleep on train-station benches all the time? The janitor says that once the Man in Black would show up, the girl would "scurry" out of there "like a rat come daylight." Who wrote this script, PeePaw Bryson and His Tarnation Jugband? In the background we hear the music that plays as Tom approaches Jerry, all oboes and violins, as Eric asks the Janitor what the man looked like. "Strange-lookin' sort. Dressed in all black. I remember thinkin' that if Johnny Cash had been born an Irish man, music would've been more lilt-y." Also, why is the camera way down by Jaye's pelvis? Violins and oboes try to make us think that's funny. Janitor: "Whoever he was, I hope you find her before he does." Then the music picks up and the janitor mops off. Eric and Jaye stare at each other, as every scene on this show ends, all open-mouthed and amazed.
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