In the car, in front of Chase Place, Patty sends Rickie inside so she can chat with Angela. "I guess I screwed everything up for you today, with your party." Patty says that it was the right thing for Angela to call her, and she should promise that she'll always call and blah blah blah latter-day-saintcakes. Angela promises. "So how did you know what to do? All that stuff?" Patty says, "I had a roommate in college who was actually a lot like Rayanne, now that I'm remembering." Didn't we all. Angela wants to know what happened. "Well, pretty much what happened tonight. Except -- she died." Angela says, "So did you like her?" Patty says, "A lot." I think Angela asks how old she was, I can't really hear, but it doesn't matter because Patty changes the subject: "What do I do? Do I forbid you to see her? Would that even work?" The honesty spell is still in effect, because Angela says, "No. Mom, I can't -- she's my friend. Please. Just trust me." And Patty looks at her daughter and says, "Actually, I do." The moment breaks, and Angela says, "Oh, God. Poor Rickie. He's surrounded by our relatives." Patty wants a moment alone, and sends Angela inside.
Random Old Lady greets Angela at the door and complements her hair. Heh. Elsewhere, Vivian is feeding Rickie, who says, "It tastes kind of Italian." Vivian is thrilled. "That's the oregano." Hey, you know something? Italians do taste like oregano!
In the car, Patty sobs. For her daughter. For her mother. For her lost friend. For herself. For Amber. For Rayanne. For Rickie. Also for Brian Krakow and Jordan Catalano, who did not appear in this episode at all.
Over the end-of-episode montage, AVO: "Each card has a name. The magician. The empress. The fool. The wheel of fortune. Strength. They represent challenges and tests. Twists of fate. No card is all good or all bad. Cards can be positive or negative, depending on where they fall. When you read someone's future, they must think of a question, they must hold it in their minds. They cards are read in sequence. Each card leads to the next. They move from terror and loss to unexpected good fortune. And out of darkness, hope is born."
Next time: An episode narrated by our very own Brian Krakow!