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A formerly skeptical journalist joins a support group for misfits who believe that they have been abducted by aliens.
The abductee group has split up. However, some of them decide to get back together.
The aliens have problems of their own. One of them has gone AWOL, posing as a Finn so he can seduce a lonely woman. Unfortunately for him she is very clingy and nosy, so he has to pretend to take her to meet his dying mother.
The FBI have assigned an eager young agent to investigate. She is doing it alone, without backup or a partner. Since her greatest claim to fame is the fact she shot herself in the foot, it seems the boss just wants to keep her out of his way.
The Fed arrives in town and starts interviewing people.
Gerry is still in the alien ship. The aliens' new boss has taken a liking to him.
Gerry returns from his abduction, and learns he has been missing for four days. He gives the good news to the abductee group, and undergoes hypnotic regression therapy.
The Fed attends the abductee group too. Not undercover - she tells everyone who she is, and makes fun of them constantly.
The FBI woman keeps one of the abductees under surveillance. The group invite him, and her, to attend a birthday celebration. It is in a kareoke bar, and everyone has to sing.
The nordic alien tries to talk his human love interest round. This means he needs to use the neuralizer a few times so he can have do-overs each time she gets upset.
The episode's title is a reference to a song. No, not the George Harrison song at the end of Time Bandits . It is in fact a reference to the song Tomorrow from the musical Annie, which is the FBI woman's favourite song.