Misty (who has recovered quite nicely from passing out after reviving Patti LuPone last week) and Delia are making a rejuvenating, protective mud together (to the tunes of Stevie, natch), which they use to revive… a dead plant. OK. Misty's brought multiple dead humans back from the dead, but now they're bringing her back to square one with plants. That's weird! They're going to make more mud, enough for the entire Coven. Misty makes a huge point of telling Delia she's an awesome leader, supporting my theory that Delia's actually the Supreme. Not that I particularly care about who the Supreme is at this point, honestly. Just pick somebody and get on with it, show.
Hank shows up just then, not to kill Cordelia like Marie asked him to, but to attempt to reconcile with her. He's happy she has her sight back! He's very drunk. He hugs her. She pushes him away. He begs her to take him back, but she holds strong and kicks him out. He meets Misty, and we see that it was indeed him who tried to shoot her in the swamp. Delia throws his ass out; she's filing for divorce. His shit is in a box in the closet upstairs, and he's welcome to get it and get out.
Hank gathers his shit box and tries to leave, but he is met with a growling German shepherd at the top of the stairs. This is Fiona's new security guard, a female dog named Endora (ha!), because, as she puts it, they are much more loyal and ferocious when it comes to protecting their families. Hank takes the warning exactly as it's meant and hurries out.
Afterwards, the dog starts barking and scratching at Zoe's bedroom door, and Fiona follows her in to find Kyle sitting on the floor flipping through another children's book. The dog runs up to him and starts adorably licking his face, and Kyle correctly classifies her as a "Doooo-guh." Fiona has another great line here: "Another goddamn boy. Jesus, these girls!" She calls the dog to follow her out of the room, but as soon as she turns she hears a loud crack, and spins around to see that Kyle has snapped the dog's neck, Lennie from Of Mice and Men-style. Yikes.
Nan and Patti are bonding away in Luke's hospital room. Patti calls her a "miracle" and brings her a king's ransom of vending machine cookies. I'm not proud of it, but that would be enough for me to forgive just about anything. Nan breaks up the love parade by telling her that Luke told her he spoke to God, and that God said he's judging Patti for what she did to Luke's father. Patti plays dumb, but we see a flashback to his father demanding a divorce over the phone (over the phone!) as he gets into his car. Once inside, he notices a bee. He tries to get out, but his door spontaneously locks on him. Then, he sees another bee. A whole swarm, in fact. The swarm stings him into lethal anaphylactic shock as we pull back to see Patti standing two cars away, sobbing and clicking the auto-lock remote every time he tries to escape like a crazy person. God told Luke all of this! Between Delia's second sight and God just spilling the tea on Patti, it's a very convenient season to be a character trying to uncover secrets.