When we come back from commercial, Mrs. Bryant is still saying "it's her!" over and over again, and she adds that this girl "smells like Cinda." Hannah/Lucinda's wandering around the apartment, wondering when they had time to paint. And hey! You moved the coffee table! Then she starts calling for her dog, who is apparently named "Spridle," and wants to know why he's not coming. "Spridle died!" says her dad, finally finding his voice just in time to tell her pet is worm food. "When, last night?" screeches Lucinda. Then she sees Paul. "I know you," she says. Yeah, maybe he has some liquor on him now, hey? "Something's wrong here," she says. "I don't feel well." She rushes for the bathroom, where she vomits water. And we cut to a couple of clips of water and a little frozen girl looking right into the camera and a hand reaching through the water, and we can cross a couple more clips off our opening-credits checklist. I thought that was a boy in the opening credits, but apparently it's a young Hannah. And she looks at a seemingly dead Lucinda laid out. Skeet just stares at her (the Bryants didn't come to the bathroom too?), probably because as Hannah/Lucinda coughs, he can see her breath, as though it's freezing indoors. Hannah goes to her room, where she stares out the window at the street scene with the big church she described (and we were shown) earlier. Skeet follows her. "I drowned," she says. "Hannah, you're back," says Skeet. "I don't know this place," says a rather calm Hannah. "You shouldn't," points out Skeet. She says that she feels like she's still drowning, and sadly says she's going to lie down. A similarly weary piano plinks in the background. Skeet's cell phone rings. Christ, Skeet, set that thing to vibrate already. It's Keel, who wants to know if Hannah is there. Skeet says she is, but he doesn't know for how much longer. "She's slipping away, isn't she?" says Keel. He says he'll bring Hannah's mother.
Episode Report CardDaniel: F | 480 USERS: C+
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