Kenya stares at Tara in Bud's office. He's bewildered by the exorcism talk, but she's got some experience here: "Last time it was a pig in the middle of the road. Crazy-ass motherfucking Paul Bunyan pig, if memory serves. Plus, a naked woman." Andy screams in frustration, and Bud tells him to chill, but Tara stands by her story. All of them. "As far as we know," Bud explains, "Her name's Nancy Levoir, and she's been a cashier at DeSoto's pharmacy in Keachi for almost twenty years." Right, but also a voodoo bus out in the middle of the woods, Tara elaborates. Andy stomps around, getting scary now, and Bud tells him to chill out again, but Andy's not having it.
Andy brings up the fact that Tara poured him drink after drink, as though she didn't want him to discover what was going on. Which is a stretch, but also sad, because she was giving him drinks because she loved him, for a moment, and felt sorry to see somebody so obstructed on the path of who he wanted to be, like she used to be, before Maryann. Bud's finally had enough, and drags Andy from the room, still screeching. Kenya crosses her arms, staring down at Tara with a luxurious mmm-hmmm, while Bud tries to send Andy home. But because it can always get worse, Lettie Mae shows up already halfway up the tree, screaming and crying and shaking like a sick dog and being dramatic as usual.
Back in the room, Tara's sort of horrified that they brought Lettie Mae in, but Kenya reminds her gently, "It's a murder investigation?" Heh. Lettie Mae sits down, shaking, and proceeds to make it all about her ("She saved my life!"), but Tara snaps into action when he mother appears, just like always. "Mama. There was no Miss Jeanette. She was just some woman who worked in a pharmacy. All that stuff on the bus, it wasn't real." Lettie Mae calls her a liar, says it's because she's still angry, and Tara says that yes, she is still angry, but her own exorcism was admittedly carnival tricks: "She gave me ipecac and peyote and made me think I was killing my demon."