After the break, Anne wakes up in a straitjacket. She's alone in her room with Sister Jude, who informs her that Arden was taken to the hospital. Anne asks her if she saw the creature in Arden's office. Sister Jude asks her what she "thinks" she saw there, which bums Anne out because obviously this means the Shelley Thing was gone before anyone got to look. Sister Jude kind of slaps her out of her wooziness and says she's serious: what does she think she saw? Arden will be back very soon, possibly with the police, or the Monsignor or both. Anne will wind up on his operating table and Jude will wind up tossed out on her ear, unless they can prove Arden's guilt. Anne tells her to go into Arden's lab and find the thing for herself. Sister Jude said they already looked, and we see her and Frank combing through every corner of the lab. Not only was the Shelley Thing not there anymore, but the whole place looked scrubbed clean, which seems like a tall order even for Devil Eunice. Isn't cleanliness supposed to be next to Godliness? Have we been lied to all these years? Maybe the Devil is just an insane neat freak. I'm getting off the point. Sister Jude wonders to Anne if maybe the creature escaped on its own, but Anne doubts that very much since the thing had no legs. Just then, Devil Eunice stops by, saying there's a man in Sister Jude's office. He's looking for his wife.
Cut to the office, where the man -- Mr. Brown -- shows Jude a photo of the family: him, his wife Charlotte, and their baby son David. Charlotte is "Anne Frank." He says the baby is a sweet little guy but he's got colic, so it's been very trying. Sister Jude is absolutely crushed by this revelation that Anne is indeed the liar she initially thought she was. Brown tells her that it all started when she read the Diary and saw the play when she was pregnant. It became a fixation for her, as she was the same age as Frank and also was told she resembled her. Jude asks about the tattoo, which really seemed to convince her. Brown tells her about walking in on Charlotte inking herself. We see this moment, delivered on soupy, overexposed Super-8 style footage, which is so in line with this show's Try Everything aesthetic that I would chalk it up to simple excess. But excess or not, the effect is SO unsettling, if only for the unanswered (unaddressed, even) question: if this is Super-8 footage, who is filming them? Not to mention that the footage is accompanied by a high-pitched whistling sound effect that I most often associate with 1950s movies about flying saucers. Plan 9 From Outer Space type stuff. Brown says once the baby was born and started crying all the time, Charlotte got increasingly agitated. She felt powerless. She'd start leaving the house to go research Auschwitz at the library. She became obsessed and ignored her family. More Super-8, as we see Mr. Brown discover Charlotte's classic Obsessed Person's Room of Obsession. Think any serial killer's wall of newspaper clippings. Or Carrie Mathison, really.