Emporium. The boys lope into the dining room behind Bobby's wheelchair to find a pert and perky ash blonde setting the table, and yep, you guessed it: It's Bobby's long-ago slaughtered wife "Karen" back from the dead, and I have to admit that she's looking pretty good for a reanimated corpse. Well, aside from the pallid complexion and the sunken eyes and the crispy lips wrapped around her dingy teeth and all that. "Her dress!" shrieks Raoul from the depths of his den. "THEY MUST KNOW OF HER DRESS!" and ooops. My bad, Raoul! For, as I noted in the recaplet, Zombie Karen's apparently been doomed to lurch through her unnatural afterlife in her old poly double-knit waitress uniform, and of all this episode's many, many tragedies, it is this that most affected your faithful recapper's faithful recapping companion. "HATEFUL!" And on that depressing note, we enter this evening's first commercial break most woefully CHOMP!-less.
Emporium dining room. Aftermath. And a pleasant aftermath it is indeed for all involved -- most especially Dashing El Deano -- for The Undead Mrs. Bobby has made them pie. Mmmm. Undead Zombie Pie. In any event, after The Undead Mrs. Bobby has finished serving her husband and his guests, Bobby asks her for a moment alone with the boys, and the instant her cadaverous ass has disappeared behind the kitchen door, Our Intrepid Heroes light into the cripple like so: "Are you crazy? What the hell?" "I can explain," Bobby feebly replies, but Dean's not having it at all, and immediately spits back, "Explain what? Lying to us, or the American Girl zombie making cupcakes in your kitchen?" Heh. The three bicker for a lengthy period of time, with Bobby of course strenuously defending his zombie bride's honor, and when the bickering finally tapers off, we arrive at the long-awaited exposition dump. Seems fifteen or twenty previously dead residents of Sioux Falls somehow rose from their graves a little less than a week ago to pick up their lives where they'd left them off, even though several of those previously dead town residents had been cremated, like Mrs. Bobby. These zombies have no scars, wounds, or reaction to typical implements of demonic destruction like salt or silver or holy water, but their arrival was presaged by a series of violent lightning storms, and Bobby did find an ominous passage in a variant translation of The Book Of Revelation which reads as follows: