The second episode of the P.I. is about being abandon, seeing how the course of life leads you to paradise just to see how you react when it yanks you away and tosses you back into hell. I've come to realize that even though The P.I. is a sloppily put together noir parody with simple drawings that bases it's merit on it's snappy one-liners, it's for me the most enjoyable way to vent my feelings. The P.I. is based mostly on my self-perception, as well as my view of the world: deceitful, vicious, and largly based on popular cinema.
--To all who had problems with the ending, I think I fixed it...finally.