Meanwhile, Frank is locking Leigh up in solitary, and seems pretty happy to do so. Upon locking the door, however, he finds Devil Eunice behind him. She asks if Leigh gave him any trouble, and he says no. Eunice: "I think he did." Then she SLASHES his throat open with a straight razor (NOT, the tree star, which is kinda bullshit). And, look, "I think he did" is kind of a shitty kill line, too, but Lily Rabe delivers that shit with disturbing ease. Lee stares at Eunice from the food-tray slot in his door, as she rehearses her story about not knowing how a straight razor got into the building, and she hopes it's not a rampage. At the sight of criminal insanity even greater than his own, Leigh just laughs and laughs.
Sister Jude is in her office, praying for the strength to be able to rescue Mary Eunice's soul. But when the door opens, it's not her demon-possessed protégé who enters, but a nightmare of her past: Leigh Emerson. Santa suit and all. "I'm here to open my present," he declares joyfully. Way too joyfully.
Outside the office, Devil Eunice locks the door. Tight. (Somehow I doubt Sister Jude and Leigh are about to have a kiki, though. Wouldn't it be fantastic if they did?) We see that Eunice is joined by a very complicit Dr. Arden. "I trust now my loyalty is no longer in question?" he asks her. Evil! Wicked! No mercy for him when the aliens come to lay waste to this whole corrupt institution! (Inside, Sister Jude informs Leigh that a kiki is a party for calming all your nerves.)
After the break, with a haunting piano playing "Carol of the Bells" on the soundtrack, Leigh greets Sister Jude with a sinister "Ho Ho Ho." She rattles at the locked door and calls for help while he fondles the letter opener on the desk. He informs her that that "sexy little nun" really does seem to have it out for her, like, Sister Jude is well aware, friend. He accuses Jude of leaving him in the hole to rot, and she's like, "Well, you're out now, so all's well that ends well! Hey, wanna pray?" He does not. Instead, he starts talking about his incredibly violent and sexual intentions towards her, and it's really too creepy to get into. Trust that McShane delivers these lines with gusto and grime. He punches at her while she screams for help, and outside, Devil Eunice can barely suppress a giant smile. She smirks at Arden and assumes this offends his "delicate sensibilities." But he just says he finds it all "rather tedious" and asks to excuse himself.