Over to her old house, hoping he's not there, and then a big old gun from the hall closet so she can shoot Clarice in the head for killing her daughter. And then all the guilt and shame and pain will just wash away, like the rain, because Zoë will have been avenged. She'll stop coming to her, in her mother's dreams, and she can work on figuring out what life was supposed to be like.
This whole part is filmed in Extremely Weird-O-Vision, sort of like in bad horror movies when they're trying to show that somebody is possessed. All weird angles and jump-cuts and funny twists of light. None of which is necessary, because this is a great actress, okay? She's doing all of that with her acting. She is scarier than a person has ever been on this show, it's amazing. Amanda stares at the camera again, and shoves the magazine home.
7:18 PM. Lacy's suggestion, now that Keon's at the office building headquarters: Call the Blessed Mother and she'll get Clarice to stop killing us one by one. (Wrong.) Barney doesn't like that idea, because nobody knows where the office building is (Wrong), so communicating with the Conclave about Clarice's ongoing killing spree will expose them (Wrong by reason of it doesn't matter) and is thus a bad idea. (Correct, but only because the Pope apparently loves telling people to kill other people and then being like, "Just kidding!")
Lacy's next suggestion, now that Barnabus is on a full wobbler: Reach out to Sister Willow, apologize for trying to kill her, suggest that maybe killing half of their entire cell of five people is recompense, and offer to join her one-woman army instead. Barney hates that idea, but not for any real reason: It's just that he's way more into his plan, which is quote, "To stuff the barrel of a gun down her lying mouth! I just want to blow her brains all over the wall! And wash my hands in the blood! I swear to God!"
Everybody's out of ideas, and in the little quiet Keon finally realizes that all these people are fucking crazy and it's embarrassing. Because surprise, cults and terrorists are not the stable dependable grownups you may have been led to believe. But also because: If the whole point of joining the OTG is because the adults can't be trusted, then why can't the STO adults be trusted? You want a cult within the cult, a cult that says, "Our grownups in this cult are corrupt and crazy and megalomaniacs" the same way the cult says about regular grownups. You want a revolution that doesn't eventually turn to the right, and nobody in human history has ever been brilliant enough to invent that.