Of course, we laughed even harder when lightning came down and struck Olivia. Oh, come on! She's not a real person! Besides, she got knocked right out of her shoes and all the way up into a tree. It's comedy gold! Especially when she gets hit by lightning a second time. This knocks her back down to the ground. Like maybe somebody goofed and she wasn't supposed to land in the tree the first time around. Oops!
One of Bill Haverchuck's duties as Dr. Richard's intern is to drive him home in the rain. Another is, apparently, to make awkward conversation. We learn that Dr. Richard has recently published a book. It better not be about his daughter and the Satanist, because that would be pretty creepy, don't you think? Bored with Bill's conversation, Dr. Richard flashes back to his daughter's funeral. We see his ex-wife in attendance. She reminds me a bit of Sister Josepha. I really, really hope that's not going to be a direction the writers decide to take.
At Dr. Richard's house, Bill takes his leave. The editing makes it look like Dr. Richard left his front door unlocked. Let's hope no pesky Satanists found their way in. Richard listens to his messages: one from his ex-wife, and one from that cool Professor Lampley, who calls Richard his "star pupil." Because every show needs filler, we're treated to Richard walking through Lucinda's room and looking at her things for what feels like forever.
Back in Miami, Olivia is in a hospital, lying in a coma. Her father greets a priest named Father Ambrose and tells him that Olivia is brain-dead. While Father Ambrose is performing last rites, he notices that Olivia's lips are moving, and he suggests it has something to do with the lightning storm going on in the background. What that has to do with an allegedly brain-dead girl speaking Latin is beyond me, but apparently that's what's happening here. Olivia is reciting Bible verses about the end of the world.
We notice that as Isaiah is being led to his cell, he isn't exactly the most popular guy in his new home, the Wilton Penitentiary in Massachusetts. But when another prisoner spits at him, he gets in a great line: "Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do." That's right, Isaiah, don't lose your sense of humor.