Father Jack brings Chad to the lair, where he and Erica exchange pleasantries and she thanks him for the Malik tip. He says it was the least he could do after she saved him from the suicide bomber. Kyle is skeptical: "He's burned us before." Chad admits it, but wants to make amends. "Use me. My position with Anna. I know her better than anyone. I can help." Ryan warns that he doesn't know what Anna's capable of. "Or who she really is," Erica says, going over to a bed and throwing the bloody sheet off of Malik's half-flayed corpse. Chad recoils in horror, but more at what his hot alien boss looks like underneath than from the people who did this to a fellow creature for reasons they probably haven't even explained yet. "What do they want? Chad wonders. "Why don't they jus kill everybody and take over?" Erica basically says that humanity occupies a different spot in the Visitors' intergalactic game of Marry, Fuck, Kill, and asks him if he's sure he's ready. He gives one of his stiff little nods, probably because after this long day of shuttling back and forth between the Mothership and the church and back and back again, that's all he can manage.
Anna thanks the person who got the damning footage of Jack -- Tyler, of course. She takes his hand and tells him, "Please be careful. You're not just a friend, Tyler. You're like a son to me." And like any mother, she's got his genes -- in a jar on her shelf.
Erica's back home, staring at a picture of herself and Tyler taken in more carefree, less lizard-ridden days, where there's a knock on the back door. It's Lisa, and she's not in a good emotional place. Erica tries to get her to say more, but Lisa keeps it vague, saying Anna's trying to change her. Erica says Anna can't change who she is inside, and says that Lisa can talk to her. One motherly hug later, the symbolic child-swapping is complete.
Anna comes downstairs to the bilges for another gloat-session with Diana, saying Lisa passed her test. "As you passed all my tests?" an unimpressed Diana asks, half emerging from a moss-covered cocoon chair of some sort. She says she also tried to make Anna like her, but it didn't work. "Caution has not -- has never been - your nature." Yes, I seem to recall Diana always stepping so carefully in the original series... not. Anna says that although caution isn't her thing, foresight is. "Good. You're going to need it," Diana smirks before sinking back into her nest .Of course, if Anna really were so big on foresight, she's already know that.