Katie sits in her room, coloring. Garrity and Mike enter her room and ask how she's doing. Katie says sadly that she misses her brother. Garrity sits down and reminds Katie that she'll see her brother again in heaven. Garrity and Mike awkwardly try to think of something else to say. Mike comes up with a description of heaven has having "no pain," and that God makes the accident go away. Garrity asks if that's true, like Mike is some theological expert all of a sudden. Garrity reassures Katie that Connor is fine and that she'll see him again. Katie says coldly that there's no heaven, and when Garrity says there is, she asks him to prove it. Garrity and Mike are stumped, until Garrity urges her to have faith. Katie says that there's no heaven or God, and human beings made religion up due to fear. Katie concludes, "We're nothing. We come from dirt. We go back into the dirt." Mike just leaves the room, nothing to say. Garrity tries to continue the conversation, but Katie tells her to leave him alone. Garrity glances at the picture she's drawing -- some butterflies beneath a blue sky, a sharp contrast to the chilling words she just spoke, and leaves. Yikes. I can't say I've ever encountered a kindergarten atheist before.
Tommy's still sitting there, numb. Sheila sits next to Janet on the couch. Oh, this is not going to turn out well. Sheila offers to be there to talk to Janet, since Sheila also knows what it's like to lose someone. Janet kind of looks like she wants to tell Sheila to fuck off, but knows it's not the time or place. Sheila presses ahead, and tells Janet that she can't blame Tommy for this, and that there's nothing he could have done. Janet tells Sheila that she doesn't know that, and suddenly the TV cone of silence is pierced and Tommy can hear their conversation. Sheila says that Tommy is hurting too, and Janet asks if this is any of her business. Sheila raises her voice and says that Tommy needs Sheila too. Janet yells for someone to get Sheila out of there, but when someone tries, Sheila shrieks at him to get off her. Sheila starts to leave, but stops to give a little speech about how Janet has a good man and she doesn't appreciate him, and never has. Everyone else in the room is like, "Awkward!" Sheila apologizes and walks out.