A woman rides a bus to an abandoned house where two men meet her. They take her inside and hold her underwater in a room filled with burning candles and a snake in a cage. Another man says that she's not ready, but the woman breaks free and tries to get out. She hides from the men and when they go by, she tries to get out through a shower stall. The door closes by itself and the stall fills with water, drowning her...Read the full recap
This episode was originally intended to air later in the series. As per the DVD extras, originally the scene with Alex in the morgue had him getting ballet tickets from Carl to impress Perri. The dialogue here was exchanged with the dialogue in "Into Night" when this episode was changed in air order to feature Alex's first appearance.
Carl: (opening voiceover) Fear has its own physiology - primal responses to threat. The quickened heart, the sweaty palm, the panic that chokes in the throat. Making time seem to stand still. We are born with these instincts to flee danger from the world outside us, to survive. But there's no place to run when the dangers come not from outside us, but from ourselves.
Perri: What are you, an orderly?
Alex Nyby: "Pathology Specialist."
Anthony: Start with certainties, and you will end up with doubts.
Carl: (closing voiceover) Fueled by memory, fear takes form. Becoming a thing that lives long after death. Residing not just in our hearts, but in the hidden bonds between us. Fear so powerful can not be escaped, but it can be destroyed.