Our next onscreen biblical quote, "And a little child shall lead them…," comes from Isaiah 11:6. I'm guessing this is not the same Isaiah who's the Satanist. Or maybe it is. This might surprise you, but I really didn't do very well at Sunday School. In fact, the only thing I remember about it is wondering what God did with the collection money. I didn't give much thought to why an omnipotent being would need my money, but I was sort of confused about how the money actually got to Him.
Anyhow, we are finally introduced formally to Sister Josepha, who is somehow allowed to waltz in and start observing ComaGirl. Valuable expositionary dialogue is exchanged between her and Father Ambrose which lets us know that Olivia's father can't afford to pay for continued life support, which means the courts may decide to pull the plug on ComaGirl and harvest her organs. Okay, and that would be a bad thing because…help me out here. ComaGirl is not coming back. She's brain-dead. And somebody else's life could be saved by donating her kidneys. I really don't see what Josepha and Ambrose are getting so upset about.
But upset they are, and Josepha kicks Ambrose out of the room so she can observe ComaGirl undisturbed. She tells him that her "contract" with something called the Eklind Foundation requires this. He is polite enough not to laugh at the crazy diva as he agrees to wait outside. As he's leaving, Josepha asks what scriptures ComaGirl is quoting. Surprise, surprise: it's the Book of Revelation. Josepha says, "Timely choice: the End of Days," so self-importantly that I have to laugh.
Hey, it's time for Exciting Sleep Montage! Yep, ComaGirl is still sleeping. There's Richard napping in his easy chair. And our favorite Satanist is catching a little shuteye as well. Now back to Olivia. Okay, she's still in a coma. She's still being filmed by the hospital also. But unless she gets hit in the crotch with a Nerf ball, they're probably not going to get any footage they can use to win a prize on America's Funniest Home Videos.
Oh, wait -- she's up! Well, sort of. As a thunderstorm rages in the background, Olivia mumbles in Latin and quotes some more scripture. Yeah, we get it, okay? The end is nigh. Blah, blah. At least this time around she does something a little more useful. When Josepha puts a pencil in her hand, ComaGirl draws a picture of…well, it looks like a grid of some sort. Maybe she wants to play tic-tac-toe? Unfortunately, doing this drawing probably won't win her any prizes on America's Funniest Home Videos either.