"The Oracle" follows an older, well-meaning fortune teller. She receives a letter from a concerned friend of a young man names Desmond. The letter begs the Oracle for help. It implores advice on Desmond; he hasn't reached out to any of his loved ones but they know he is struggling. Just as she finishes the letter someone walks in, Desmond. The Oracle thinks she knows just what to do. She gives him a tarot card reading. The cards all reflect what was in the letter, Desmond needs o reach out and realize he's not as alone as he thinks. He stubbornly disagrees and The Oracle is forced to show him the letter as the proof, sometimes people don't believe. As he reads the letter Desmond realizes he is not along and needs to open up. But one thing is off; the letter is not about him. It's about about another man named Desmond. The Oracle is surprised and bit thrown off by the revelation. Desmond thanks and leaves as another man walks in. The Oracle greets him as Desmond and asks him to sit down with her and the already laid out tarot cards.