A CGI dragonfly very realistically climbs inside Jahel's mouth, and she goes walkies for about ten minutes. It is a very creepy ten minutes, but not in prose form. Just imagine that it's horrible. First she goes and checks on Lincoln, and you pretty much immediately know that this is actually Dr. Emmet Cole -- last seen being the Pied Piper of Dragonflies -- somehow possessing Jahel so he can go check out his famz.
Tess: "Little girl, why are you touching my face like I am a lover?"
Jacole: "Because... I can't tell you! You shouldn't have come here, though."
Tess: "Let's make out, since you're apparently my husband in the body of a little girl. Check me, mackin' on a teenage girl!"
Jacole: "It's been nice playing Whoopi to your Demi Moore, but I gotta tell you that you really shouldn't have come here. Like I keep saying."
Tess: "I didn't listen when Lincoln said it, I didn't listen when the Smoke Monster said it, I didn't listen when common sense said it. What makes you think a visitation of my wizard husband in the body of a little magic girl is going to do it?"
Jacole: "Fine. Fuck it. Oh, and I'm being held captive by somebody."
Jahel keels over, after flopping her head and face into a bunch of objects. No sign of the CGI dragonfly because it's probably still buzzing around inside her somewhere, which is also awful.
Everybody: "Um, bullshit. Tess, you are the worst."
Tess: "No, it was just like in Poltergeist! I could feel him!"
Everybody: "Like it's not shitty enough out here without you throwing drama."
Tess: "Okay well then why is Jahel acting all strung out?"
Lincoln: "Hey Emilio, does your daughter maybe do this kind of shit all the time?"
Kurt: "You know what, maybe we should get the fuck. I'm seeing a pattern here."
Tess: "If it was someone you loved, could you just leave them alone to die?"
Kurt: "Yeah. And I have. Loads of times. This is called foreshadowing. Later on in the season I'm going to do something that appears traitorous but is actually in everybody's best interest. You're going to get all emotional and I'm going to act cold about it, but I'm going to be right. The funny thing is, it's probably not even going to be something that's even that ethically ambiguous -- maybe like a zombie onslaught, or something similarly urgent and obvious -- but you're going to act fucking hysterical anyway."