Jessica Lange- fantastic actress, questionable with hygiene
The Monsignor questions Jude’s sanity, to which she proclaims “I’m more sane now as a madwoman than I ever was at the head of Briarcliff”. The Monsignor, who undoubtedly will answer for his dereliction in duties, realizes that Jude is a major threat to his long term plans to inhabit the Vatican.
Kit finds out he is being released, as the police have now concluded that Dr Thredson was Bloody Face all along. He asks to speak to the Monsignor. Kit blackmails the Monsignor with the threat of talking to the reporters who are now interested in the atrocities inside the walls of Briarcliff, if the Monsignor doesn’t release Grace and retrieve their baby from the orphanage.
The Monsignor assures Kit there is no way he can release a crazy axe murder like Grace out into the world. Kit reminds him, though, that Grace is legally dead and Dr. Arden had signed a death certificate so she can be released and the three of them will never be heard from again. No one seems to question how or why Dr. Arden has suddenly gone missing, not even the Monsignor. You’d think this guy would be looking for anyone who could take the fall for him. I’ve said it before, but Briarcliff seriously needs to get an HR department up and running. Most of this season’s problems could have been averted with at least a part time associate.
The Monsignor agrees to Kit’s terms and Kit arrives at his house with Grace and Thomas by his side. He apologizes for the mess, as he never got a chance to clean up after that whole wife getting abducted by alien’s thing. A good host should do a little cleaning up before they have guests, or at least turn all the furniture right side up. There is a serious lack of manners on this show. There is no time to waste on manners, though, as Kit hears a noise in the house and goes back to the bedroom to find his wife, Alma, with a newborn baby cradled in her arms. It looks like there may be a little baby mama drama in the next episode, as Kit didn’t even let the sheets get cold before he impregnated Grace. Good luck with that Kit. I’d rather be stuck in Briarcliff than deal with two hormonal women.
Two months and two baby mamas ago
Lana pays a visit to the local back alley abortion doctor, who assures her that she is a real doctor. The doc asks Lana if she is sure she wants to go through with this and Lana recounts that her “lover was murdered by the man who raped and impregnated me”. It turns out that Todd Akin was dead wrong and the body doesn’t have natural defenses for rape pregnancies. Who knew? The man seemed to know what he was talking about.