At the manor, Jacob wakes up and hears water running. Paul comes in from the shower and tells him to get up, and Jacob wonders how he can be there. He finally gets up and turns to discover that Jacob has vanished. When he goes into the bathroom, he sees blood on the shower curtains and draws them back, and finds Emma dead in the shower. Screaming, he wakes up from his nightmare...Read the full recap
Debra: Amanda Porter is not exactly talking. Nah, I take that back. She's actually saying a lot.
Ryan: What is she saying?
Debra: Well, let's see. Uh, she's a Pisces, favorite movie is The Notebook, she's an advocate for the death penalty. She believes in Creationism over evolution, enjoys 70s soft rock, and hates peanut butter, whole milk, and Anne Hathaway.
Molly: Tell me, what is wrong with this man? I need all the dirt before I invest any more time in him.
Tyson: Ryan? Cut your losses now. I'm the better man. He's a freak.
Molly: Really? How?
Tyson: Oh, hand puppets. It's his hobby, fetish, whatever. He makes them out of rolled socks, puts on private shows. It's creepy.
Molly: I'll take my chances.
Jacob: I killed my friend because of you. I have a real taste for it now. I'd watch my back if I were you.
Ryan: I'm done, Joe. I quit.
Carroll: Oh come, come. That's no way to talk to the man who saved your life. I've allowed you a second chance. Don't you understand anything yet, Ryan? No, this is your story, your... your rebirth. Don't you feel it? With every death, you come just a little bit more back to life. No, no, you can't quit now. No, you're not quite yet the man you need to be.
Ryan: You go to hell.
Tyson: You can let people get close to you. Look at us. I'm practically your wife--you haven't got me killed. We've been together over 20 years, I'm still standing. Nobody wants to die alone.
Ryan: We all die alone.
Tyson: All the more reason not to live that way.
Debra: Uh, she's a Pisces, favorite movie is The Notebook...
The Notebook is a 1996 novel about a 1940s romance between a poor man and a rich woman. It was made into a movie in 2004.