Vu says she'll start with the "shortest" -- that being Msaada. People sing and play drums, and Vu stirs what looks like a nice latte, and Msaada kneels and drinks from the froth. Vu talks about ancestors and healing and puts froth behind Msaada's glowing and happy face. Msaada voice-overs about how amazing it is to be part of the tradition and culture and that it is a "special" experience. Kathryn is next. Jesus! Hey Vu, can you whip up a Mooti and contact the spirit of a fucking commercial break if you get a sec? Thanks much. So Kathryn sits and Vu stirs and talks about giving Kat clarity to read the bones -- something Vu obviously does well enough already on her own. Kathryn licks the latte and coughs as we see James and Theo whispering. James tells Theo that he should have said he didn't want to do this a while ago; now it's too late. Theo chaws testily, "That's not true. I can say 'no' any time I want to. Don't tell me that." The music really heats up, and it's all "intense" and shit as NoScreenTimeHolly licks some Mooti foam. Theo asks Kathryn, in a whisper, about the goat and she says that the people will all eat it afterwards for food. "Cool," says Theo. James is next. Ancestor talk. Drums. He's done. Shot of Theo. Laterrian sits in front of Vu and says, "I will take part in anything else except for sacrificing the goat." Whoa. We go into slo-mo as Vu smiles and Laterrian floats that it goes against his Christian beliefs and his learning that "Jesus Christ was the ultimate sacrifice. To revert back was almost like saying He wasn't enough for [Laterrian]." Huh. Very interesting. Well, whatever. You still ruin everything. Oh Lord, but not as bad as ol' Theo does. Theo stands up after kneeling in front of Vu and stutters, "I don't -- I don't -- I don't want to, uh, be a traditional healer. I mean, I do not agree with, um, sacrificing of the animal." Moron. I mean, sure, he goes on to apologize, and I guess I can see his point, but I'm tired of Theo causing trouble every fucking week. Just play along for once, Cleetus!. Man. I don't know, but I think there's some special allowance in the Bible for breaking religious tenets if on a B/M show. Anyway, a shirtless Theo floats that he has his own special relationship with God and that his "Theo-istic" beliefs tell him this is not what he needs to be doing. "Theo-istic?" No pun intended? Don't worry Theo, no pun accomplished.