Graham carries Morgan upstairs to the living room couch while Merrill goes for his epinephrine. As Graham pulls in the TV so that they can listen to the news, he notices an alien across the room. The alien picks up Morgan, and Graham notices that he is missing two fingers, showing it was the same alien that he encountered the previous day and sliced off the fingers. Remembering his wife's words just before she died six months earlier, Graham tells Merrill to "swing away." Merrill grabs his baseball bat and begins swinging just as the alien sprays Morgan with his poisonous gas. The alien drops Morgan on the floor, and Merrill keeps swinging. The alien falls against a bureau and knocks a glass of Bo's undrinkable water on himself, causing his skin to turn red and blister. Merrill keeps swinging away, knocking over more glasses of water, as Graham takes Morgan and Bo outside. Graham gives Morgan his asthma shot, and it suddenly hits him how everything came together: Bo's water, Merrill's swings, and Morgan's asthma. "That's why he has asthma," he says to himself. "It can't be luck. His lungs were closed. No poison got in!" Morgan begins to breathe and opens his eyes. "Did someone save me?", he asks. Wiping away his tears, Graham replies, "I think someone did." In the final scene, it is winter, snow is falling, and Reverend Hess is putting on his clerical collar.