The medical review is hilarious -- most notably when Dr. Richard looks at an x-ray and asks, "What is this?" It turns out to be a couple of ComaGirl's dental fillings that apparently shot up into her brain when the lightning struck her. The general theory is that the lightning is somehow stimulating electrical impulses in Olivia's brain that are causing seizures that are being mistaken for talking or writing. We also learn that the Eklind Foundation is owned by a wealthy Christian fundamentalist who is paying for Sister Josepha to prove that the apocalypse is upon us. See, I told you it was funny. Of course, the doctors are super-keen to kill the girl so they can carry out their nefarious plot of using her kidneys to save another person's life. Bastards!
Over in Patmos, a bunch of Greek people are totally psyched that they found a baby in the sea. They're even holding a big church celebration to thank God for the sea baby. Wait till they find out the baby is pure evil. Just wait. You know it's going to happen.
Dr. Richard confronts Sister Josepha about the donkey drawings. He wants her to explain how she knew about this secret nickname that only he and his daughter shared. It's some strained story about Don Quixote and Lucinda calling her father Donkey-Hotay. Ew. That sounds dirty somehow. Anyway, Josepha keeps claiming that she knows nothing about that; she just followed a map that God dictated through ComaGirl. Richard likens Olivia's head to a radio antenna, which is (probably unintentionally) funny. He also accuses Sister Josepha of partiality, pointing out that she's paid to see phenomena that prove her boss's beliefs.
As Josepha counters with some of her dandy Bible scriptures, Father Ambrose rushes in to tell them that ComaGirl's heart is failing. Josepha rushes off, and Richard follows. ComaGirl is indeed dying, and the doctors say they will not revive her if she goes. Needless to say, Josepha tries to bully them into getting a crash team to save her now. Yeah, because those Bible quotes she's always spewing during thunderstorms are so valuable! While all this is going on, Dr. Richard holds ComaGirl's hand and has another flashback to his daughter's funeral. Suddenly ComaGirl squeezes his hand and comes back to life. Amazing!
Y'all, don't try this at home. Unless you're an astrophysicist, of course.