So Keon's like, "I'm out." Barnabus points out that you can't really do that, now that there are three of them and a crazy nun is on their trail, but it seems kind of like Keon's making a very slow choice here having to do with being completely out of options. The world out there is sick, but the world in here is sick too. Stay, and you'll be killed in here. Leave, and you'll be killed out there. And Barnabus can't let him go, because once Clarice tracks him down, she'll just come kill them too, and then there won't be any Barnabites left. Needless to say, Keon turns the doorknob anyway -- "Lacy is right, you're insane" -- and gets a big hole in his head for the trouble.
Gee, I hope Lacy Rand doesn't sustain more trauma from seeing her boyfriend's head blown clean off. You know, after her two best friends ditching her -- first to date, and then join a cult, and then commit suicide -- and then having to deal with Zoë 2.0e's whole Mean Girl mess from beyond the grave, and then blowing up her old headmistress on TV, and now having that selfsame headmistress coming after her like Omar Little. I mean, at what point do you just kind of stop blinking and start killing everybody?
"Luckily" they don't even have time to process this latest thing because just as Lacy's screaming and Keon drops to his knees and bleeds out: Look, it's Clarice! It's exciting because the elevator goes ding and then there's Clarice, looking ten times tired of this bullshit. She handcuffs Barnabus to a giant bomb while her heavy holds onto Lacy, and she explains that Barnabus was super easy to find. And "Do you know what I love about our God? He's a kind God, and He's a loving God. And He's a just God."
Lacy assumes they are going to be killed, so she whimpers and pleads, but Barnabus is like, "Damn." Clarice apologizes that it went so far, but points out that the other STO people are going to need her to make a big fucking scene so they know not to cross her, and that's how she's going to get control of the whole STO. Barnabus begs using actual common sense -- "Apotheosis is a fraud," he notes -- but she's not hearing that shit today.