So Clarice has worked her ass up to a big old religious freakout, yellin' and hollerin' and sayin' shit like, "Glory is upon us!" and "I envy you!" Olaf wonders exactly what she means, and she wrinkles her nose because guess what, she's got some bad news about their fun mass-suicide plan today:
Oh, I can't! Yeah, see Nestor never created an avatar for me? And, um, he's dead now. So yeah. Sorry. But you know, leading us into Paradise is a privilege! I'm like so jealous? Because I'm having to deny myself the privilege of blowing my ass to hell. I was totally going to do that with you today, but then I remembered how God has chosen a different path for me. One where I don't die? Damndest thing. But what can ya do? God, I tell ya. So I'm gonna sit right here in our little house, and I'm gonna put on a regular holoband, and you know what I'll be there to greet you when you arrive. After you blow yourself to kingdom come, I'm gonna be right there going, Way to go, bro! And then we can have some imaginary snacks or something, it's gonna be great. So. We good here? Because you really should be getting a move on, if you're going to be a victim of that massacre we planned. Kiss kiss!
Olaf has his doubts, about how that all just went down. But luckily, Clarice is mighty with the word of the Lord, and has convinced him that -- even though she's backing out in a way that suggests this is a truly horrible, stupid plan -- he's still better off going through with it anyway. Due to God and shit like that. He's like, "Fine. I will go with God. Proudly. And He will be my light. God is powerful, Clarice! His light shines on everything. It shines on you," with that sort of spooky Clarice whisper-God thing at the end, "it shines on yooooooo!" Like that, like with ghostly hands in the air. As if you could ever get to Clarice that way, but it's a fairly awesome exit line.
Zoë's bored, just like mom thought, watching TV and trying to figure out where her mom went. Well, where she went is, it turns out -- "just weeks after Amanda Graystone's stunning confession about her daughter's complicity in the Maglev bombing" -- to be a terrorist, according to GDD director Gara Singh. Zoë rolls her eyes and shakes her head and grumbles "Clarice" before clenching her hand so that one of the walls in the great room turns into those dropping red lines of code we love so much, and then walks through the wall and back out into the world. That. Was. Awesome. I totally forgot how she was God for a second.