Cut to Henry in his bed, asleep but in pain. Doreen is nowhere to be seen. Teresa is watching him instead. She's knitting, as if her sainthood couldn't arrive fast enough. Henry coughs and holds his not-quite-bald head, dying the nondescript television cancer death we're all used to. Teresa holds back tears and knits. Is Doreen just asleep somewhere? How could they sleep when people are coming over to slaughter them at any minute?
Downstairs, Teresa finds Ray. She's on her way to the kitchen and wants to know if he needs anything. Ray says he's fine. It's almost dawn and his wife has a piece of pie waiting for him at home. Dirty!
In the kitchen, Wahlberg scolds Teresa for turning on a light. The fridge door is fine, though.
Cut to seconds later. Teresa eats at the table. Wahlberg sits on the floor beside her. "Little milk and ice cream, then naptime," Wahlberg says, disturbing Teresa's 6 AM snack as dawn approaches. Milk and ice cream? Doesn't anybody worry about the brutal murderers? Wahlberg says that when he asked the fire department for a volunteer, he didn't expect to see Teresa come through the door. Teresa smiles and says she volunteered. She says she has hospice experience, and volunteers a day every other week or so, assisting hospice care. BECAUSE SHE'S A SAINT. "My mother died of cancer," she smiles. Wahlberg apologizes for not knowing. Teresa says it happened when she was seventeen. Her mother was sick on and off for nine years, so Teresa's used to it. "That's good," Wahlberg says, strangely. Wahlberg says he was thinking Teresa might have volunteered because she knew he was going to be there. She laughs. "Well, that was the other reason," she says, her forehead vein flirting madly as the Oboe of Adultery kicks in. She can't believe she's eating milk and ice cream at 6 in the morning. She stands to waste someone else's food down the sink, and her spoon falls out of the bowl. Both Teresa and Wahlberg lunge for the spoon at the same time. They almost kiss. A-L-M-O-S-T. Teresa stands up and Fearless walkies Wahlberg, saying he's got "no sign" of the perps out there. Wahlberg says to give it another hour. Because we all know bad guys don't do daytime.