This week we have another look at the light curve of the known emission line star 2MASS J20505039+4450115 just north of the Pelican Nebula. This time we only look at the I-band data for clarity. As reported 14 weeks ago, the object had shown a long term dimming event which lasted for over a year, but still the source had not returned to its pre-occultation brightness. Since then the source has continued to show deep dimming events on other timescales. During the very short event, which lasted only about 3 weeks, the source dimmed by more then 2.5mag in the I-Band. It will be interesting to follow how the source will behave in the future. It might just turn out that what we thought was the ‘normal’ behaviour for the first two years of HOYS data, was actually an exception.