Lenni says her father lights a candle on the anniversary of her mother's death, a tradition known as yartzeit in Judaism.
Rob: (Reads Double T's first poem)
"Fierce, fierce, and charging towards me
I'm now a ship torn apart
By a dark raging sea
Save me now, save me now
No, I've got to flee!"
Rob: Double T told me he puts a piece of himself into every poem.
Jamal: Come on man, take a shot at it. All you have to do is write "Rally J" so that people will know to come to my house.
Rob: I've never called a rally before.
Jamal: Hey, come on. Seven heads are better than one.
Jamal: Yeah, Ghostwriter.
Rob: (reads "Saigon")
"Watermelons and tangerines
And bowls of steaming rice
Bicycles and barefoot kids
And panelled noodle carts
Turn to sparks before my eyes
When the siren sounds
And my helmet falls
And the bombs pour hard
On the groaning ground
Like fat black raindrops
In the searing Saigon sky"
(The team looks at their Hoodman comic)
Gaby: We all look great. But don't you think my mask is the coolest?
Alex: Uh, yeah, Gaby.
Alex: It covers most of your face!
Grandma Cece: Goodbye, Winston. You haven't seen the last of Cece Jenkins, letter carrier extraordinaire!
Team: (reads "To the Light")
"My corner's grown into a jail
Lined with cold thick cement
And so I bang and I bust and I break my way free
Beam myself toward a light
At the long tunnel's end
Lay a flame near sacred names
Lonely letters by the sea
Cry out to me."
Jamal: What does "light at the long tunnel's end" mean?
Ghostwriter: A chance for hope.
Colonel Baker: I don't want you getting mixed up in any business that isn't yours. Now listen to me. This homeless man could be dangerous.
Rob: You don't understand! Double T is my friend.
Colonel Baker: Just take it easy.
Rob: (yells) No! I'm going to find him whether you help me or not!
Flashbacks from part II of "Into the Comics" are seen in this episode.