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."
Suddenly, though, the sound of his voice comes rebounding back to him, describing the first victim's fuzzy peach skin. It's Kit, in the next room, playing the recording he just made of Thredson's confession. Ollie calls Lana a bitch and accuses her of making up the pregnancy to manipulate him. No, she says, that part's true. Or was. She tells him that she took care of it last night, and we get choppy footage of her cleaning up the "bloody mess" on the floor. Thredson calls her a monster, but she does him one better: she pledges to take a knife after her next bakery shift, come back, and slit his throat. "I always wanted to know what it was like inside the mind of a killer," she tells him. "Now I know." I know I've been behind on some of the guessing games this season, but I'm calling it now: Lana takes up the mantle of Bloody Face at some point.
Elsewhere, Kit secrets out the reel of Thredson's confession and goes to hide it in the tub room. You know, the tub room. With the tubs. I guess technically it would be a "bathroom," since it's the room with the baths in it, but calling a room a "bathroom" when it doesn't have any toilets just doesn't seem right. It also brings up another strange inconsistency of the English language.
Hi, where were we? So Kit wraps the reel in a towel and hides it under a tub. Just then, Dr. Arden appears in the doorway, full of that "Well, what do we have here?" kind of falsely genial talk. He says he's glad he ran into Kit, since they have so much to discuss. Time for more exploratory surgery? Arden leads Kit out, then looks back suspiciously at the tubs.