Emerson and Ned face the aforementioned mortal remains laid out in the Chapel. Ned doesn't really like the idea of reanimating the mortal remains under the watchful eyes of the Virgin and Jesus. It makes him feel funny. He puts off the inevitable by asking Emerson if he knew Chuck had hired a genealogist to add branches to her family stump? He doesn't understand the urge to dig into the past. Emerson reminds him that it is just his past that's lame and Dead Girl just wants to see what's up. Get out of her way and get on with it already. Ned zaps the nun. Sister La Rue awakens and asks if she is dead. They solemnly nod. Sister Larue sits upright and introduces herself as a serious pottymouth. Ned frantically tries to remind her of her sacred surroundings, but she doesn't care. She's been *&%$ silent for years! And where is her *&@# white light? Is it all @!#$%? And where are her *&%$ diamonds? And who the &^%$# shoved her off the bell tower and stole her &%^$# stash? They are totally going to *%$@# pay! Ned stops her. You were murdered? Of course! At that she tumbles off the table and makes a break for it. Ned screams, "Nun on the run! Nun on the run!" and chases after her. He grabs her and zaps her back into death. He is so going to hell.
Chuck has been in the convent's office and has Sister Larue's file. Turns out that before becoming Sister Larue, she was a mycologist. Ned opines that she was more a sailor than a doctor and Chuck shows him that she actually came from a long line of longshoreman. She laughs that you can put a lady through a PhD program and sequester her for twenty years, but the apple still doesn't fall far from the tree. Ned asks the status of her tree (family variety) and Chuck says he's expecting a report soon. She confesses that she rifled through Olive's file was she in the office. She needed to know if it was her fault that Olive ran away to join the convent. And? That part of the file was blank. Chuck knows Olive is upset. She felt it when they were in the bell tower. She needs to fix it because Olive is the closest thing she has to a sister. Ned doesn't answer. He is distracted because the flames in the candelabra he is inexplicably carrying are dancing in the breeze. And they are indoors. So why is there a wind? The convent walls should be three feet thick. Chuck and Ned find that one of the archways is fake and conceals a hidden door. They hide because someone is coming. Chuck really wants to grab Ned's arm right now, but instead they hide. They watch as Mother Superior exits the secret door.