And now, with the roles fully reversed, here's Leigh offering Jude forgiveness as a final "fuck you." He kisses her on the forehead for added inappropriateness.
Meantime, Kit is still pretending to be drugged up and out of it, emptying his IV out into his bedpan when the nuns aren't looking. Lana comes to see him and tells him that they have to kill Thredson after all. They should've done it right away. He reminds her about the whole thing where he'll be executed without proof of Thredson's guilt. He suggests using sodium pentothal to get the truth out of him, but Lana's like, "Idiot, that won't hold up in court." The bottom line, however, is that they need Thredson to talk. Lana says she might know how to get that to happen.
Dr. Arden is busy scouring the tunnels of Briarcliff, remembering how he was pushing Grace's body to the incinerator one minute and blinded by alien light the next. It looks like he's poking around for clues, and he eventually spots a set of two-toed footprints. Deal with THAT, man of science!
Lana returns to the closet where she and Kit stashed Thredson, and she threatens to bash his face in if he makes a noise. She gives him water -- gotta keep him alive -- and then presents him with the evidence of the "cosmic joke" that is her pregnancy report. Hilariously, Ollie's first reaction is, "I'm gonna be a father?!" Lana, full to the brim with hatred, scoffs at the thought that he will ever see this child. He starts to freak out, begging her not to give the child away, scared as he is of the thought of growing up in an orphanage. Lana sets him straight, though: she's getting rid of the abomination inside of her.
She pulls out her old pal the coat hanger, pulls down her panties, and makes like she's going to do it right in front of him. Which is fucking INTENSE and really makes Lana look like her series of ordeals has made her unhinged. Her reasoning, however, is not un-sound: "no child should have to grow up with Bloody Face for a father." Ollie begs her, saying Kit will take the fall, no one will know, and it'll all work out. This maybe offends Lana the most -- that it will all works out. He promises to change and says she "owes" him a chance. She calls him a sociopath, but she then props him up and gives him his chance, if he comes clean. She starts asking him about his victims, why he chose them, how he killed them, et cetera, and Thredson obliges. He describes killing the first two victims, then Lana asks about Wendy, at which point he kind of veers toward the sociopath again, telling Lana, "She never loved you."