Christmas Song: "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)"
Somewhere in dreamland, Kit Walker brings home a Christmas tree for a very pregnant Alma. Even in his dreams, Kit's a bit of a dummy, of course -- those branches with the long, thin needles will never support ornaments! Kit and Alma start talking about the baby. Kit is sure it will be a boy, one he can teach baseball and football.
"...And how to change a tire," says a voice that's not Alma's. Suddenly, he's standing with Grace. He hugs her and says he's sorry for getting her killed and everything. She's all, "who cares?" about it, which is a really positive attitude, and they dance. And kiss.
Back in Briarcliff, Killjoy Lana tries to wake him up. He's still sleeping, but she tells him that she heard the police are still conducting a manhunt for him. She realizes that if the police are still looking for him, that means nobody has told them about her and Thredson either. "No one is coming for either of us, and he's still out there." Kit finally wakes and calls out for Grace. Lana says she doesn't know where Grace is. He does -- she's dead. Poor Lana. One less person to trust, tenuous as their relationship was.
Lana determines they both have to get out and unhooks his IV bag. He laments that they're gonna electrocute him, but she assures him she won't let that happen. She knows he was innocent -- it was Thredson all along. Kit WTFs at that for a moment, as Lana tells him about the murders, her abduction, and how Thredson weaseled his way into obtaining Kit's confession. Kit's like, "So you're saying he's...not a doctor?" Lana says they need to get to the police and have them find Thredson before he kills again or destroys the evidence. Kit's head is all fuzzy, though. He's not even sure if Lana is really there. She says she is, and she promises to come back. Is she going to watch "Rudolph"? I wouldn't blame her.
After the break, Arden lets Sister Jude into Briarcliff through the bakery. She asks about Eunice, and he tells her she's in the common room, hosting the Christmas party. Sister Jude: "She should be stopped for that reason alone." She tells Arden that she's the only person who can reach Eunice -- she only needs time. She instructs him to bring Eunice to her office, lock the door and don't let anybody interrupt. He agrees. She tells him she never thought she'd see the day they'd work together. He looks at her like he wishes she'd quit calling attention to it.