Magda (I know it's Stephania, but you watch fourteen seasons of Sex and the City and you get attached. By the way, could FX have swiped any more HBO alumni on this show? It's like they are angling for their Emmy by just cutting and pasting HBO's greatest hits.) Anyway, where was I? Oh right, Magda is leaving her house with her barely portable oxygen tank in tow when Patrick stops to say hello. Who is Patrick, you ask? Why he's the gent who Pete hired to kill Ellen and then paid off again to get the heck out of town. Patrick tells Magda that he returned when he heard Pete was in the hospital. He wants to know what happened. Magda explains that there is trouble and somebody ratted on Pete and the FBI want information on Pete's boss. Patrick looks nervous, and sure if you take it all out of context like that it might sound like Pete was going to blab. Except for the part about him attempting suicide. That might sound like he wasn't planning on blabbing. I mean, if you're paying attention to the details. Patrick gives Magda a ride to the store to get Pete some licorice. Perfect for coma victims. Just liquefy and put in his IV. Tasty. Oh, are you not supposed to say coma victims? Is some coma rights group going to start emailing me now telling me how I'm insensitive to the plight of people living with coma? Email away folks.
Patty is staring into space when Ellen and her shapeless shift of a dress barge into the room. Oh, are all the "ladies" wearing sackcloth these days? Is it a designer garbage bag you're wearing? Whatever. Ellen apologizes for the intrusion and then proceeds to sit down next to Patty and ask after Uncle Pete. Patty says he is still unconscious and then asks Ellen if she ever told her about her father. Ellen shakes her head no and Patty tells her about the angry, unsatisfied, cold man who walked out on her family. That's when Uncle Pete stepped in. He had always been the screw up, in and out of jail, but he took care of them. She looks really sad, so I'll excuse her talking to Ellen as an equal. For now. Patty sighs again and turns to Ellen and reminds her that she warned her that the FBI was after her. It's obvious now that when Ellen told the FBI she wouldn't play their game, they turned their sights on Pete. Ellen looks almost sad when she asks Patty what they will do when Pete wakes up. He could still turn on her. Patty says there is only one thing they can do: Wait. Was Ellen really hoping that Patty would just spit out that she was going to off her Uncle for maybe possibly thinking about flipping on her? I bet she was.