Okay, now we're back at the train station, where Hiroyuki is waiting for the next train to take him back to Mishima. He's so freaked out by the whole thing that he can't stop thinking about how lucky he is to be on the same train as Hiroyuki. Okay, so Hiroyuki isn't actually on the train, but he's definitely on Mishima's side. He tells Hiroyuki that he and Mishima got separated earlier in the day, and now they're going to have to cross paths. Hiroyuki doesn't seem to recognize him, but Hiroyuki tells him that they've been separated for 20 minutes. He says that he thinks it's safer for the two of them to be together now, since they don't have to worry about each other's feelings. He also says that the fortune teller told him to take Hiroyuki to the shop, and Hiroyuki says that's fine, but they shouldn't be hanging out in public when one of them needs to go pick up a dump. He feels like his brain is "melting," and he wonders what's going on. The fortune teller has told him that he'll be taken to the dump, and he says he'd rather be in a public place where he can feel his brain melting than in a private one where he has to feel his own brain melting. He wonders why he was so stupid, and then he realizes that the movie is about to start, so he decides to go into the dump instead.