Aaron takes Tupperware out of the fridge and says that God has to talk to people, or nobody would know His will. Jaye says that's a good point. Katrina nods in agreement. Jaye tells Katrina to listen closely. "He has a theology degree," she brags. "Several, actually." She asks how many he needs. "One more. Leave me alone," Aaron answers. He says that God doesn't have to be talk talking. I remember that band. Talk Talk. Aaron says that people need to take license with that detail. Aaron holds up the cat salt shaker and says it's not always going to be, "Hello, Jaye!" Jaye smacks his arm and tells him to stop. Aaron says that some people believe that early man's gut instinct was just God telling man to "fight, flee, or f-f-f-...fun have." He notes that several well-known serial killers believe that God gave them very specific instructions. Katrina says that this isn't helping anymore. Jaye smacks her brother again. Darrin and Karen enter the kitchen and say it's a nice surprise to see Jaye. Karen tells Aaron that Tupperware is not an eating vessel. Whatever, lady. Katrina accidentally introduces herself with the "Sister," and then stammers a few times that she's an ex-nun, and that she's just "Katrina" now. Aaron says to Jaye, "You never said she was a nun." Katrina: "Ex." Karen asks Jaye to one side of the room with her so that people can't hear them talking. "Is this about your 'sode?" she asks Jaye. "Are you seeking counsel in the church?" Jaye says she isn't. And then lies: "Yes. Yes, it's about my 'sode and my stress issue? But thanks to God, I'm better every day and you don't have to worry." Karen says that's wonderful. "You are aware nuns are Catholic?" she adds.
View-Master to the trailer park. One of the highlights, according to the sign for the park, is that it has "shrubs." View-Master to Jaye's trailer, where Katrina sits with a mug of coffee, staring at Jaye's objects. "I like your monkey," she says. Jaye admits that she stole it from her therapist's office. She presents a plate of cheese. Sound of trains for a little while as they stare at each other. "This is insulting to both of us," says Katrina. Why is the camera down by Jaye's navel again? Jaye says that this is a pre-made snack platter. Katrina pouts, and Jaye takes the plate away. She says she had a whole thing she was going to say: "I got it out of a fondue cookbook. Still want to hear it?" Katrina says she knows why God doesn't speak to her. He doesn't speak to anyone: "He can't." Jaye says He can, but that He doesn't want to. Katrina: "No. He just doesn't exist." Jaye asks whether Katrina believes in anything anymore, or if it's just "G dash D." Katrina says "G dash D" is supposed to be her everything, and since she doesn't believe in that anymore, there's nothing to believe in. Jaye sits down and asks for a code of silence. She says she believes in something -- sort of -- that does talk to her, and may be God, even though it's never said so specifically. Katrina asks what it is. Jaye confesses that her objects talk to her, and tell her to do things. Katrina says it doesn't sound like God: "That sounds like the devil." Jaye says that's good, because if Katrina believes in the devil, then she believes in God. Katrina asks which one it is. Jaye says they won't say. Katrina says there's only one way to be sure. "Cast it out," she whispers. Jaye stares, and then asks, "Can we do that?" She stares, open-mouthed, as we brown-out to commercial.