Outside, the entire staff of Briarcliff waits on the front steps in uneasy anticipation of Bloody Face's arrival. Sister Jude strides out in slo-mo and I guess Miss Lana Banana wasn't too objectionable to her, because she still gets to stand out front and take notes. Sister Jude's words to Lana about the killer hang over this scene, as she exposits that he's being turned over to their care by the states until it's determined whether he's fit to stand trial. The prisoner is led out of the car in shackles, but the camera is positioned at such dramatic angles that we can't see his face. Is it the thus-far-unseen first-billed Zachary Quinto? A scenery-chewing Denis O'Hare? The shocking return of Dylan McDermott? Nope... it's Kit. Alien-abducted, wife-adoring, cute-haircut-retaining Kit. As he passes Lana, he shoots her the classic "Help me, I'm innocent doe eyes." This is how prisoners get people to marry them, isn't it?
After the usual de-lousing procedures/cheap excuse to see Evan Peters's butt, Kit is strapped to a bed and sedated heavily. When he wakes up, Sister Jude is at his bedside for a little meet-and-greet. Right away, he turns to her and says he's innocent, but of course she's not the least bit interested in his claims. She tells him while he's here, he will repent to the only judge that matters: Almighty God. He tells her God doesn't exist -- not a god who could create the things he's seen. Sister Jude has heard his story about "little green men" and finds it preposterous. It won't fly here. "They weren't human," he pleads. "They were monsters." "All monsters are human," she snaps at him and before she leaves, she turns back for one shot, asking him if "her dark meat slid off the bone any easier" than his other victims. It's a shockingly cruel slur and Kit spits in her face for it. "You're gonna wish you hadn't done that," she sneers, and indeed, it earns him quite a few lashes from what appears to be a caning cabinet in Sister Jude's office. No good nun doesn't have a well-stocked caning cabinet!