Cut to Wahlberg leaving. Doreen -- who I guess was hanging out in the basement all this time -- asks if he can stay for breakfast, since it's been such a long night. Wahlberg's apparently paid by the hour, and his shift's over. There's nobody coming to replace those cops. Apparently after those "less than twenty-four hours," there's no need to stay on the case. It's over. Those killers must be through. Good job, all. Time to go home. Wahlberg leaves so deliberately, saying, "Hope we didn't have the wrong house," and Ray saying, "Call me if you ever figure it out," that I'm sure this is all a set-up -- that Doreen must have seen or heard the two men upstairs and this is a trap to get them to come down so they can be arrested. But no. Once again, I'm smarter than Boomtown. Ray really leaves, and Wahlberg really gets into his car and they're all headed back to the station for whatever reason. Where's Andrea? Carl gives a happy nod and a smile to his crony.
Cut to Carl and his crony coming down from the attic. They walk right over to Henry's room. They see a figure in the bed. The crony lifts his gun and cocks it. There's a noise.
Joel. (That's Wahlberg.) The three girls leave during The Joke. Doreen is a little shaken up. I don't really understand, but she's cooking pasta right now, even though the family would have already eaten dinner by now. Wahlberg asks her if she's expecting any company tonight. The girls remember there's a "Nurse Ratched" coming on tonight. There's a long explanation about who Nurse Rached is, as if none of us has ever heard of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and eventually Wahlberg says he'll call in and get one of their own to be the night nurse. "He got one so he could sleep if he needs...help during the night," says Doreen. I'm not really sure what Doreen means, other than that they have a night nurse to administer heavy medication, I guess. But since Doreen doesn't even sleep near her husband...forget it.
Flashback Film of the night nurse arriving. Joel smiles when he sees Teresa. He's so moved we go to slow-motion.