Less immediately, there are: Effects. This, of course, causes Lincoln to throw a shit-fit, because now he's been dejó by both parents, thanks to this accursed Amazon, and he has no dollies or teddies left to hurl. Lena pats him woodenly, lunkishly, on the shoulder.
YOU. NOT. ALONE., Lena signs gingerly, and gives him her precious kitten, All-Ball, for comfort.
BUT THEN TESS
Comes climbing out the Mom's grave, of course, and she looks like such a hot mess it's kind of the best part of the episode. Just covered in mud and who knows what. Those guys who did her for this scene really went to town! So did anything interesting happen while she was in Corpseville, gettin' her corpse on? Nope. Just coughing, a curious sense of being here and not-here, and this sneaking intuition that today just might be the day.
Lincoln: "Stand aside, I know medical! And biological fixertation!"
Somebody: "Lincoln, you should talk to her."
Lincoln: "Why, so she can tell me again how today might..."
Somebody: "-- No, you halfwit. Her her. Your Dad her."
Lincoln: "This should be creepy. Actually, on second thought I already know it's just going to be unfulfilling."
Lincoln: "Dad, are you there?"
Lincoln: "I just want you to know, I understand. There's a whole world of things out there that I never knew. That's just terrifying! But you knew. Maybe you were just trying to protect me all that time. But now it's my turn to protect you. We're here for you. If you're still out there, if there's a chance you're still alive, then you... Dad? Dad, can you hear me? If you're anywhere, you just tell me and I will find you..."
The dragonfly immediately comes shooting out of Jahel, after she chokes and hacks and makes barfing sounds for about ten years. Leaving Lincoln once again dejó.
Dr. Emmet Cole: "Haha! That never gets old!"
Lincoln: "God damn it!"
Jahel: "Coincidental 404. Sorry."
Lincoln: "It's kind of your job. Don't worry about it."
Jahel: "Look, it's either be the racist psychic girl in the jungle or a scary racist chola with drawn-on eyebrows, I mean, I'm making ABC money here. I'm not gonna knock it. It's fine. We all make choices."
Lincoln: "Totally. Me, I choose to control my appetite for food. It gives me a feeling of control."