A scene at Parker household reveals that Jesse's mother works as a church secretary and that his father is kind of a jerk who doesn't get along very well with him. Dad tries to keep Jesse from heading off to the Kramer household to check on Christina, but Jesse leaves anyway. The power of Christina compels him!
Now that the Satan Spawn is awake, Judy must hand over her possessions. She stares while Christina goes through them, though. Christina looks at a picture of a church that is labeled "St. Martin's, Ocean Grove, 1974." There is also an amber ball with some kind of insect embedded in it. She and Judy chat about how much their lives suck. Judy's is bad because everyone is in each other's business all the time in a small town -- oh, and because her sister died three years ago and her mom is a wackjob because of it. Christina's not specific about her own life's suckitude, but I can't imagine I'd be all that thrilled if my dad had horns and a tail. She doesn't know this consciously yet, but come on. She has to realize on some level.
Enter Jesse. He stares obsessively at Christina, and she stares right back. He claims he's just interested in the fact that she looks so good after almost dying in the ocean. She smiles modestly as Judy makes fun of Jesse and his staring problem.
Paula is sitting by the pool behind her giant monster home when Ribcage walks up with a six-pack. Of beer, that is. He asks why she invited him over, and she starts getting all abstract and weird about how the air feels "electric." They discuss how her mom likes the "bad boys," and Ribcage wonders if Paula feels the same way and that's why she asked him over. Instead of really answering that question, she strips and jumps into the pool. Ribcage sets a new land speed record stripping and jumping in after her. He asks her, "Why now? Why tonight?" She answers, "I'm in a mood," as they start making out.
Meg Kramer is standing at the door of what looks like someone's bedroom. Are you thinking it's her dead daughter's room? Yeah, me too. Dr. Ben interrupts her fun to tell her he'd feel better if Christina were back with her father. Meg disagrees, saying she feels "good" about her being there. Ugh, when she starts dyeing and styling Christina's hair to match her dead daughter's and makes her wear the dead chick's clothes, you're going to be sorry you didn't put your foot down, Dr. Ben!