Luke returns to the theatre in his sock feet. Inside, Grace is eating popcorn next to Friedman, commenting, "This is totally inept, dude. It makes stupid look stupid." Friedman: "I know. And yet it endures. An evolutionary marvel." The audience is reciting the dialogue. Grace is shaking her head, saying, "I'm so on board." Friedman turns to look at her -- as best he can with the giant helmet on his head -- and says, "Yes." Grace: "What?" Friedman: "I can see it now. You and Luke." Grace: "You know, if you give us up, you'll never have kids." Friedman: "Yeah, I got that." Luke comes in at that point, and finds her sitting next to Friedman: "Grace? I went to the anarchy meeting looking for you." She stands up: "I came here to the movies." Luke: "Yeah?" She nods, and glancing down, adds, "What happened to your shoes?" Luke: "They were made by, uh kids in Central America. I burned them." Grace gets a warm look in her eyes. I cannot believe no one is shouting at them to shut up and sit down. Luke walks past Friedman and over to Grace. He kisses her. There are cheesy little electricity sounds coming from the film, which is awesome. Finally someone on the audience tells them to sit down, while others hoot their approval. Grace flings all her popcorn at them.
Out in the waiting area, Joan's fallen asleep against her mother's shoulder. Fran comes out and tells her Judith wants to see her again. Fran sighs heavily and sits down next to Helen.
On her way to Judith's room, Joan pauses, closes her eyes, and prays quietly, "I know you call the shots. But I need you right now, okay? I really need you." She kind of nods to herself, as if to say, "That ought to do it."
When she gets to Judith's room, Doctor God is there taking her pulse. Without even looking at Judith, she walks right over to him. He says, "I'm here, Joan." She asks, "Why did you let this happen?" Judith: "It's not his fault, JoJo." Joan: "You make sure that she's okay." Judith: "JoJo." Joan tells Judith confidently, "No, he can fix this." Joan knows he can fix it, but she doesn't seem so sure he will. Judith says weakly, "Chill don't piss off the only doctor I like." Doctor God looks at Judith and smiles. Judith: "He's the only one that'll look at me." Doctor God: "It's difficult not to look at such a beautiful person." Judith: "See? He's my angel." Does Judith recognize him, finally? From the very first episode, this show has always insisted that God doesn't appear to us; we see God -- or, more typically, we don't. Is Judith finally able to see what has been there all along? I think she is. For that matter, does she even know the truth of why Joan was at crazy camp? I've always suspected Adam's the only one she told the exact truth. And maybe Doctor Dan. I figure she hedged with everyone else. Doctor God decides to leave them alone.