Claire is in her house, making a model house. It looks like a Barbie house, and she's putting stuff in it. I think it's her house. Nate comes in and sits down. And, well, it's time for a heart-to-heart. And Nate's there. So it's time for a heart-to-heart about dogs. "I just remember the first time I ever realized what Dad did in this house. I had this dog, Yippee." Fag. "I found him underneath my bed, and he was already dead, so I wrapped him up in a blanket and brought him downstairs to the prep room. I thought maybe Dad could fix him. Bring him back, somehow." Claire points out figurines of herself and Nate, and Nate asks, "Where's Dad?" Claire answers, "He's not here." He was in the credits, though, so...he's coming.
Brenda is a sex addict. Some guy talks about how he's replaced hookers with Krispy Kreme, which is a perfectly good tradeoff, if you want my unvarnished opinion. A buttoned-up woman near Brenda stands up and complains, "Someone here tonight reeks of marijuana." Brenda waits a second and whispers, "It's not AA." But the other woman speeches her that it's "against the rules. I think you should leave and come back when you're straight or sober." Brenda pauses again because, y'know, this episode was too short, before explaining that she's "afraid" of what will happen to her if she leaves, begging, "Don't make me leave." Oh, fine. One blowjob and I'll let you stay.
Remember that movie Session 9? It was set inside an abandoned mental hospital and it was supposed to be a horror movie, when in reality the only really, truly scary thing about it was that it starred Daaaaaaaaaaaavid Caruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuso. Anyway, this dream sequence looks a lot like that movie, with the scary underground shots and the really slowly-moving tracking shots and the fact that, really, it's kind of a little dumb. I'm sorry. But it is.