Still in her electroshock haze, Judy sits in the common room, trying to remember the names of the various crazies. To her great relief, she sees Mother Claudia before her. Poor Claudia is greatly troubled to see what's become of poor Jude. "Wanted to say goodbye," Jude tells her. For she's going to Rome, you see. With the Monsignor. "We're going to be Pope." Oh GIRL. "We're getting married," she continues. "He likes my cooking." This is bad news. The babbling continues, all about how "she" tried to steal him away from her, with her naked body and her "Ravish-Me Red." The way Jude repeats "Ravish-Me Red" makes her sound like Drunk Uncle, by the way. Anyway, Mother Claudia looks at her with an infuriating amount of pity, but I'm not sure if Jude even sees it. Instead, she points out Lana, smoking her cigarette across the room. "See her?" Jude asks, and Claudia seems incredibly relieved to find that Jude is pointing at someone who's actually there. "She doesn't belong here," Jude confesses. "I put her here." She then begs Claudia: "HELP HER GET OUT." Oh, PLEASE tell me Mother Claudia gets in the mix next week.
Finally, the sad end to our Eunice is made complete, as Dr. Arden fires up the incinerator, says his last wordless goodbyes to her shrouded corpse and then ... well, he climbs on top of her and hits the load button. He's silent as they're both fed into the fire pit, but once the door closes, he starts screaming. Way to go out with a flourish, you old Nazi rapist monster doctor.
Joe R has learned to accept that the Devil was his favorite character this season, why can't you? He can be reached for lavish praise and nothing but at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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