As it turns out, a family so happy they didn't notice that their son moved out of his dorm a month before. They find a cell number that belongs to a girl at the local pizza place, who claims not to know him. But we all know that sullen teenagers are dirty liars, and they're able to piece together with the manager where Jason has been living. Just in case we weren't going to figure it out by the kids slumped all over the dumpy furniture, the title card announces it as, "Drug House." They wind up finding Jason walking out a door in another room, and he seems stoned or possessed -- it remains to be seen if it's good acting or really, really bad acting -- and Lupo has to push him to the floor when he doesn't really respond.
They interview him and he keeps the spacey look on his face, but now with a little creepy Mona Lisa-type smile. He doesn't react to his mom's photo and eventually begins to speak once they accuse him of being a druggie. Finally he tells them that she destroyed herself by committing adultery, and adds, "Evil thoughts come from the heart. But not from my heart." But as it seems they're about to get him to speak, Anita walks in with his counsel, Rudy! Aw, he put that Notre Dame education to good work. She shows them the report that blood matching his mom's type was found on his shoes. Lupo then fills her in on the religious references when Green decides to look up at what's going on -- Rudy has his hand on Jason's forehead. They bust in and it turns out that by "counsel" he meant "Pastor." They pull him out as he yells bible passages to Jason and Anita gets a bit more to do this week by reading Jason his rights and arresting him for murder. In court Jason tells the unamused judge that Jesus Christ is his counsel. His state-appointed counsel is a guy named Jeffers, who enters a "not guilty" plea and requests a competency hearing, to the surprise of no one. Connie argues for him to not be released on bail since his dad didn't notice when he dropped out of college and moved into a drug den, and might not be the best to look after him now. The judge agrees. Connie is a gorgeous woman, but I'm starting to wonder if she's growing her hair out and has hit the awkward stage, because it's been looking a little lank lately. Maybe it's just too much conditioner in an effort to impress Cutter. Anyhoo -- Dr. Olivet is back, and she is there to try and rule on Jason's competency. In a detached voice he tells her he was ministering to the drug addicts, and that he has revelations from God telling him what to do. Rudy tells him he's special and if Rudy says it, then it must be true. He says that his mother died so that she could be forgiven, and he goes to gaze at the mesh screen over the prison window -- I mean, at the dew on a leaf -- to talk about God's beauty.