Theah's a stoahm coming towards Briarcliff -- a nor'easter, like the title says -- so Sister Jude plans a movie night in order to keep the lunatic herd calm. Of course, nothing close to calm will touch the place the whole night. For one thing, Sister Eunice is still possessed by the devil, and she's raising a whole lot of trouble. She stabs a Mexican patient to death with some scissors, for one thing. Then, she puts the moves on Dr. Arden, which shorts out his whore circuits so much that he ends up snapping, destroying the statue of the holy virgin and then ... well, we'll get to Shelley in a second.
Devil Eunice is also tormenting Sister Jude with memories of her hit-and-run from 15 years ago, ultimately driving Sister Jude to fall into a bottle of wine and show up to the movie screening drunk, stagger about the hospital, run into maybe an alien, and finally pass out. Which leaves a perfect opportunity for Grace and Kit to make escape attempt #2. This time, Shelley wants in, too. Meantime, Lana has gotten Dr. Thredson to sneak a note out to Wendy, and he reports back to Lana that Wendy is missing and her home exhibits the telltale signs of a Bloody Face attack. So when it comes time for Kit and Grace to make a break for it, Lana believes Kit may indeed be innocent, so she decides to come along, too. Shelley sacrifices herself to seduce the guard and let the other three make a break for it to freedom, which they do. Of course, "freedom" means "spit out into the woods, in the middle of the storm, while the creatures are feeding." Said creatures end up being some kind of mutated humanoids instead of Dr. Moreau hybrids, but the season is young. So Kit, Grace, and Lana are so freaked out that they run BACK into Briarcliff and are back in the movie screening by the time Sister Jude returns.
No such luck for Shelley, who gives the guard she's blowing the slip, only to run smack into Dr. Arden. He drags her into his lab, where he tries to rape her with his tiny, flaccid penis. When Shelley laughs at said member, Dr. Arden knocks her out. She wakes up the next morning, strapped to a gurney in Arden's secret experimentation lab ... where Arden had amputated both her legs.
Featuring Elizabeth Taylor in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, as performed by Sister Jude; every episode of Supernatural where a woman gets possessed by a demon and starts acting all sarcastic and provocative, as performed by Sister Eunice; and a Benny Hill chase scene, as performed by Kit, Grace, and Lana.
Back with Adam Levine and Jenna Dewan-Tatum (say it soft and it's like praying). Last we saw, Bloody Face 2K12 had chased her into a locked cell and had begun the process of digging into Adam's delicious torso. Then he turns his attention to breaking down the door she's hiding behind. Turns out, it's the room where Adam had his arm ripped off, because there it is on the floor with his cell phone next to it. Mrs. Tatum grabs for it, but Bloody Face bangs the door open and is about to do her in when Adam makes one last effort at being alive and hurls himself at their attacker. He gets BF's impaling instrument away from him and plunges it into his chest. After finishing the deed with a dozen more wet-sounding stabs into BF's chest, Mrs. Tatum helps Adam up and they make a run for it. She also tries to call for help, but she's distracted from the operator by the horrifying sight of another Bloody Face at the end of the hall. And another one down the corridor behind her. That second one shoots both Jenna and Adam and they both take their masks off, revealing a pair of white teenage boys, one of whom is panicking while the other -- the shooter -- is feeling a bit of an adrenaline rush. "That's what you get for stabbing Joey!" the second one hollers. So I guess the Cult of Bloody Face theory is playing itself out here. Better than Bloody Face being an immortal or an alien, I guess. The nervous one notes Adam's missing arm and apparently that was NOT their doing. "What the hell could have done that?" Nervous wonders. Suddenly, from the end of the hall comes striding another Bloody Face. But the answer of whether this one is the "real" one or the party responsible for arm-ripping or just another cult member faking us out will have to wait until next week, as we jump-cut into the credits.
After the credits, we're back in '64 and Sister Maury Eunice is delivering the day's mail to Sister Jude. As you recall, Sister Eunice was possessed by the devil near the end of last week's episode and frankly, it's quite a relief. Not that Sister Jude notices, but gone is the simpering, edge-of-tears Sister Eunice that we've come to roll our eyes at. Devil Eunice seems not at all intimidated by Sister Jude and, in fact, seems more than a little bored and sarcastic in her presence. Kudos, Devil Eunice! Please don't leave us anytime soon. "There's a storm coming," she informs Sister Jude. "Big fat storm." Jude absently checks the mail, which includes a newspaper that has a below-fold story on a missing girl being sought out by Framingham police. The big splashy photo of the girl certainly catches Sister Jude's attention, as is the same girl last seen splayed out on the roadside after Jude Laura Bush'd her years ago. Fifteen years ago, in fact, if the 1949 date on the newspaper is to be believed. Sister Jude demands to know who brought this newspaper here; Eunice is all, "the maaaaailmaaaan?" She smirks at the chaos she's sown and exits.